The war for talent is fierce and long; the corporate battle for talent across every function and at every level of their organisations rages on and shows no sign of abating. Today, companies spend huge amounts of time and money to attract the employees they need for the future but in a time of restricted budgets, and with a range of external challenges, it is essential this money is spent as effectively as possible.
Fierce competition creates a necessity for the right tools, which is why we’ve developed the TALiNT Benchmark Programme, a vital aid that both HR directors and heads of talent acquisition can use to put the odds of success more firmly in their favour.
So, what does the programme involve? Put simply, the TALiNT Benchmark Programme helps to break down the essence of recruitment excellence in 12 key areas. As a participant progresses through the programme, a benchmark average is produced which helps them understand how they compare to the market and also drives internal conversations around the efficacy of their recruitment practices. Once the programme is completed, an industry-specific average is produced to help further their understanding of where their organisation stands in relation to its competitors and contemporaries.
In 2019, our core benchmark can be accessed free of charge, with a premium service available which delivers even deeper insight. In particular, the premium offering enables users to include multiple inputs before an aggregated score is generated, allowing the conversation to be taken further and with a greater understanding of where attention is needed most. Finally, for those wanting granular level insight, a bespoke reporting service is now also available. This choice sees two industry experts, who are published authors on talent acquisition, producing an in-depth analysis of an organisation using the data generated from the benchmarking exercise. An unparalleled advantage in today’s highly competitive recruitment environment.
You can learn more about The TALiNT Benchmark Programme here.