Pecking order = Business managers first, then HR, then catering team, then the facilities team, then Recruitment
A good recruiting process will often take somewhere between 8-12 weeks. Managers expect it to be done in 2
There is no budget, so never ask
No matter what a hiring manager says to a recruiter they will expect Heaven and Earth to be moved to fill their vacancy before everyone else’s
Recruiters will have no idea what work is coming their way tomorrow, the next day, the next week, the next month, let alone the next year.
Every year there will be a blinkered desire to reduce Time to Hire, reduce Cost per Hire and increase diversity and quality of hire, with no sense of why.
Every year there will be less budget to achieve point 6
Every January there will be talk about transforming service delivery. By April it will be clear that nothing will change again that year.
Next year will be the same as this year. It may be busier; it may be quieter. There might be enough budget, there might not be. No one knows.
Does TA need to exist – what is the business need/value?
Where does TA as a system start and end?
What is the most effective way to use people and technology across the system?
What knowledge and skills are needed to execute brilliantly?
|Understanding Future Demand||Planning System|
|Manager prompt to start process||Planning System|
|Raise new role||ATS/Manager|
|Sourcing candidates||Sourcing System|
|Ranking candidates||Sourcing System|
|Initial candidate outreach||Sourcing System|
|Inbound applicant qualify||ATS|
|Answering candidate questions||ChatBot|
|Sharing candidates with manager||ATS/Sourcing System|
|First stage interview||Video Interview Platform|
|Selection event scheduling||ATS/Calendar Scheduler|
|Feedback & Negotiation||Manager/Candidate|