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Recruiting Future with Matt Alder

Recruiting Future with Matt Alder

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Innovation and futurology in Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing and HR Technology. Matt Alder interviews thought leaders who are influencing and changing an industry

Latest Episodes

Transforming Talent Acquisition

In previous episodes of the show, we've talked about the reinvention of talent acquisition and what it takes to be world-class. Behind any significant reinvention lies a transformation process of people, practices and purpose. So how are employers approaching recruiting transformation and what is the best way to ensure success. My guest this week is Diane Circo, Head of Talent Acquisition at Siemens US. Siemens has been executing a significant transformation in talent acquisition, and Diane has valuable insights to share about co-creation, innovation and technology. In the interview, we discuss: •The drivers behind recruiting transformation at Siemens •Automating repetitive and transactional work •Design thinking in delivery excellence •Opportunity and urgency in 2020 •Using technology to reimagine the hiring manager process •The importance of a robust well-segmented tech stack •Why candidate experience is now critical •Innovations and the future Subscribe to this podcast in Apple podcasts

21 min10 h ago
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Transforming Talent Acquisition

World Class Talent Acquisition

As we move towards 2021, it's increasingly evident that a paradigm shift is taking place in talent acquisition. Forced remote hiring has added rocket fuel to technology adoption, and the deep recession is driving new strategic thinking around purpose, people and process. So what does world class talent acquisition now look like and what kind of competitive advantages does it bring. My guest this week is Harry Osle, Principal and CHRO at The Hackett Group. The Hackett Group is a strategic consultancy which benchmarks best practice within enterprises, and Harry has some unique research-driven insights to share on talent acquisition and the future of work. In the interview, we discuss: •How the pandemic has put HR front and centre •Workplace, Workspace and Workmates •Productivity in the new world of work •The impact on Talent Acquisition •Increased digitalisation and digital transformation •Why world class companies are able to spend less on a per hire basis •Driving value by ke...

23 min3 d ago
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World Class Talent Acquisition

Skills For The Future

Skills are very much on the agenda at the moment as many employers review their talent strategies to ensure they are adequately preparing for the future. Having the right skills is also vital for talent acquisition professionals with the profound changes we have seen in recruiting approaches and processes likely to become permanent. My guest this week is Catalina Schveninger, Chief People Officer at Futurelearn. Catalina has a dual background in talent acquisition and learning and development, so is very well placed to talk about the skills talent acquisition teams will need in the future and how talent acquisition professionals can acquire them. In the interview, we discuss: •The increasing demands of learners around the world •Has the pandemic changed the way employers think about skills? •Total talent thinking, what is the role for Talent Acquisition? •Futurelearn's Course on Online Recruitment and Onboarding •The skills Talent Acquisition teams need right now. •What does t...

24 min1 w ago
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Skills For The Future

The Employment Outlook

With many countries facing a second wave of COVID 19, taking a long term view on the outlook for work and employment is difficult. However, several months into this global crisis, crucial labour market trends are emerging, which will shape the future of talent acquisition. My guest this week is Neil Carberry, CEO of The Recruitment & Employment Confederation. The REC is doing a vast amount of work to understand the changes in the labour market and advise talent acquisition leaders and recruiting firms on the likely future. In our conversation, Neil shares some valuable perspectives on the challenges that lie ahead. In the interview, we discuss: •The current state of global labour markets •Hiring hotspots where the jobs market is recovering •The long term impact of the pandemic on the shape of employment •Creating career pathways into in-demand jobs •The recruiting implications of a mixed model of remote working •The role of recruiters in rebuilding economies •How has the increase in tech adoption affected talent acquisition in the long term •Similarities and differences in global markets •What should talent acquisition be focusing on for the next six months Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

32 min1 w ago
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The Employment Outlook

Forever Employable

Personal branding is something we've been talking about for at least a decade now, and it sometimes feels that much of advice that is shared is unrealistic and somewhat divorced from most people's reality. With the global economic crisis causing many people to rethink their long-held career plans, arguably personal branding has never been more critical, and some fresh thinking and new ideas are desperately needed. My guest this week is consultant, author and speaker Jeff Gothelf. Jeff's new book "Forever Employable" is fantastic and offers advice and insights on personal branding that are relevant, realistic and achievable. This interview is a must-listen for everyone in the difficult times we are currently going through. In the interview, we discuss: •The story behind "Forever Employable" •Personal branding in 2020 •The end of corporate loyalty •Creating a safety net of opportunity •Planting your flag and building a personal platform •Standing out from the noise via humility and vulnerability •Are preconceived ideas about talent making employers miss out on valuable skills •What does the future of work look like and what tools do we need Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

25 min2 w ago
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Forever Employable

Target Audience

I've been advocating for broader adoption of established digital marketing practices in recruitment marketing for a long time now. With many talent acquisition teams now having to deliver results with reduced resources, understanding targeting and measurement in marketing has arguably never been more important. My guest this week is David Larsen, Global Talent & Employer Brand Lead at Knauf. David has a really interesting background, having worked at Google and also spent time as an entrepreneur starting up and successfully exiting from a tech company. David has some great thoughts and insights to share on the role digital marketing should be playing in talent acquisition moving, forward particular in terms of how employers define and understand their target audiences. In the interview, we discuss: •The lessons David has learned about talent acquisition during his career to date. •The talent acquisition challenges at Knauf •Applying digital marketing practices to recruitment marketing •Defining and understanding target audiences •Truly understanding an EVP •Gaining competitive advantage •Adapting processes and communication for different audiences •Technology as a lever of cost and efficiency •Quantitive analysis of candidate journeys •The future of recruitment marketing Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

23 min2 w ago
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Target Audience

Round Up September 2020

Round up is the monthly show on The Recruiting Future Podcast channel that highlights episodes you may have missed and gives you my take on some of the key learnings from the guests. Episodes mentioned in this Round Up: Ep 300: On the Frontline Ep 294: Global Recruiting Ep 296: Engagement and Mobility Ep 297: Introvert Friendly Workplaces Ep 298: The Productivity Puzzle Ep 299: Talent Acquisition Has Changed Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

8 min3 w ago
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Round Up September 2020

From Panic To Progress

Over the past few months, I've spoken to numerous talent acquisition leaders about their experiences during the pandemic and their strategies for a changed future. In this episode, I wanted to bring in the views of two strategic technology and service providers to give us their perspectives on the future based on what they are seeing and hearing across the portfolio of employers they work with. My guests this week are Nicola Sullivan Solutions Director at Meet & Engage and Pag Miles Global Head Of Alliances at Alexander Mann Solutions. Both of them have some fantastic insights to share, and this really is a must-listen interview for anyone who is trying to understand the current state of the market or who is working on their future talent acquisition strategy. In the interview, we discuss: •What support have employers needed in the last six months? •Panic, Protect, Prepare, Progress •Automation to support applicant volumes •Employers priorities for 2021 •Improving experiences with technology •Virtualised Onboarding and Re-Boarding •Panic buying and tech stack reviews •Virtual internships •2020's legacy in terms of talent acquisition and HR technology Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

32 min3 w ago
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From Panic To Progress

On The Frontline

A few months ago, the podcast passed 1 million downloads, and it feels fantastic to get to this next milestone of 300 episodes. A big thank you to everyone for all the support you give me, whether that's through listening, sponsoring or appearing on the show. This podcast would not exist without you, and I'm incredibly grateful. Unlike the 100th episode where I published a whitepaper or the 200th episode which I recorded live at RecFest, I'm no doing anything special to mark this triple century. Instead, I'm focusing on continuing to create valuable content as well as shaping my plans to take the show to 400 episodes and beyond. I'll be sharing more details on those in the coming weeks. With the pandemic shaping the content of the last 52 episodes, it seems very appropriate in this episode to talk to Nicola McQueen, the CEO of NHS Professionals. NHS Professionals is owned by The Department of Health in the UK and is responsible for providing the NHS with a flexible workforce of Doct...

22 minSEP 28
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On The Frontline

Talent Acquisition Has Changed

Talent acquisition has been forced to change more during 2020 than at any other time in its history as a function. It's now several months since the pandemic turned everything upside down, and I think it is an important time to reflect on the impact of the changes that have been made and their sustainability into the future. My guest this week is Himanshu Aggarwal, Chief Growth Officer at SHL. Himanshu works with talent acquisition leaders all over the world and has vast insights into the challenges they are facing and the changes they are making. In the interview, we discuss: •How the pandemic has changed talent acquisition •The rapid acceleration of adoption recruiting technology •How candidate experience is changing •Is the kind of talent employers are looking for changing? •Identifying the behaviours needed for effective remote working •How is virtual recruiting impacting quality of hires? •The importance of using technology that has been built for hiring •Science and data Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

21 minSEP 24
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Talent Acquisition Has Changed

Latest Episodes

Transforming Talent Acquisition

In previous episodes of the show, we've talked about the reinvention of talent acquisition and what it takes to be world-class. Behind any significant reinvention lies a transformation process of people, practices and purpose. So how are employers approaching recruiting transformation and what is the best way to ensure success. My guest this week is Diane Circo, Head of Talent Acquisition at Siemens US. Siemens has been executing a significant transformation in talent acquisition, and Diane has valuable insights to share about co-creation, innovation and technology. In the interview, we discuss: •The drivers behind recruiting transformation at Siemens •Automating repetitive and transactional work •Design thinking in delivery excellence •Opportunity and urgency in 2020 •Using technology to reimagine the hiring manager process •The importance of a robust well-segmented tech stack •Why candidate experience is now critical •Innovations and the future Subscribe to this podcast in Apple podcasts

21 min10 h ago
Comments
Transforming Talent Acquisition

World Class Talent Acquisition

As we move towards 2021, it's increasingly evident that a paradigm shift is taking place in talent acquisition. Forced remote hiring has added rocket fuel to technology adoption, and the deep recession is driving new strategic thinking around purpose, people and process. So what does world class talent acquisition now look like and what kind of competitive advantages does it bring. My guest this week is Harry Osle, Principal and CHRO at The Hackett Group. The Hackett Group is a strategic consultancy which benchmarks best practice within enterprises, and Harry has some unique research-driven insights to share on talent acquisition and the future of work. In the interview, we discuss: •How the pandemic has put HR front and centre •Workplace, Workspace and Workmates •Productivity in the new world of work •The impact on Talent Acquisition •Increased digitalisation and digital transformation •Why world class companies are able to spend less on a per hire basis •Driving value by ke...

23 min3 d ago
Comments
World Class Talent Acquisition

Skills For The Future

Skills are very much on the agenda at the moment as many employers review their talent strategies to ensure they are adequately preparing for the future. Having the right skills is also vital for talent acquisition professionals with the profound changes we have seen in recruiting approaches and processes likely to become permanent. My guest this week is Catalina Schveninger, Chief People Officer at Futurelearn. Catalina has a dual background in talent acquisition and learning and development, so is very well placed to talk about the skills talent acquisition teams will need in the future and how talent acquisition professionals can acquire them. In the interview, we discuss: •The increasing demands of learners around the world •Has the pandemic changed the way employers think about skills? •Total talent thinking, what is the role for Talent Acquisition? •Futurelearn's Course on Online Recruitment and Onboarding •The skills Talent Acquisition teams need right now. •What does t...

24 min1 w ago
Comments
Skills For The Future

The Employment Outlook

With many countries facing a second wave of COVID 19, taking a long term view on the outlook for work and employment is difficult. However, several months into this global crisis, crucial labour market trends are emerging, which will shape the future of talent acquisition. My guest this week is Neil Carberry, CEO of The Recruitment & Employment Confederation. The REC is doing a vast amount of work to understand the changes in the labour market and advise talent acquisition leaders and recruiting firms on the likely future. In our conversation, Neil shares some valuable perspectives on the challenges that lie ahead. In the interview, we discuss: •The current state of global labour markets •Hiring hotspots where the jobs market is recovering •The long term impact of the pandemic on the shape of employment •Creating career pathways into in-demand jobs •The recruiting implications of a mixed model of remote working •The role of recruiters in rebuilding economies •How has the increase in tech adoption affected talent acquisition in the long term •Similarities and differences in global markets •What should talent acquisition be focusing on for the next six months Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

32 min1 w ago
Comments
The Employment Outlook

Forever Employable

Personal branding is something we've been talking about for at least a decade now, and it sometimes feels that much of advice that is shared is unrealistic and somewhat divorced from most people's reality. With the global economic crisis causing many people to rethink their long-held career plans, arguably personal branding has never been more critical, and some fresh thinking and new ideas are desperately needed. My guest this week is consultant, author and speaker Jeff Gothelf. Jeff's new book "Forever Employable" is fantastic and offers advice and insights on personal branding that are relevant, realistic and achievable. This interview is a must-listen for everyone in the difficult times we are currently going through. In the interview, we discuss: •The story behind "Forever Employable" •Personal branding in 2020 •The end of corporate loyalty •Creating a safety net of opportunity •Planting your flag and building a personal platform •Standing out from the noise via humility and vulnerability •Are preconceived ideas about talent making employers miss out on valuable skills •What does the future of work look like and what tools do we need Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

25 min2 w ago
Comments
Forever Employable

Target Audience

I've been advocating for broader adoption of established digital marketing practices in recruitment marketing for a long time now. With many talent acquisition teams now having to deliver results with reduced resources, understanding targeting and measurement in marketing has arguably never been more important. My guest this week is David Larsen, Global Talent & Employer Brand Lead at Knauf. David has a really interesting background, having worked at Google and also spent time as an entrepreneur starting up and successfully exiting from a tech company. David has some great thoughts and insights to share on the role digital marketing should be playing in talent acquisition moving, forward particular in terms of how employers define and understand their target audiences. In the interview, we discuss: •The lessons David has learned about talent acquisition during his career to date. •The talent acquisition challenges at Knauf •Applying digital marketing practices to recruitment marketing •Defining and understanding target audiences •Truly understanding an EVP •Gaining competitive advantage •Adapting processes and communication for different audiences •Technology as a lever of cost and efficiency •Quantitive analysis of candidate journeys •The future of recruitment marketing Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

23 min2 w ago
Comments
Target Audience

Round Up September 2020

Round up is the monthly show on The Recruiting Future Podcast channel that highlights episodes you may have missed and gives you my take on some of the key learnings from the guests. Episodes mentioned in this Round Up: Ep 300: On the Frontline Ep 294: Global Recruiting Ep 296: Engagement and Mobility Ep 297: Introvert Friendly Workplaces Ep 298: The Productivity Puzzle Ep 299: Talent Acquisition Has Changed Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

8 min3 w ago
Comments
Round Up September 2020

From Panic To Progress

Over the past few months, I've spoken to numerous talent acquisition leaders about their experiences during the pandemic and their strategies for a changed future. In this episode, I wanted to bring in the views of two strategic technology and service providers to give us their perspectives on the future based on what they are seeing and hearing across the portfolio of employers they work with. My guests this week are Nicola Sullivan Solutions Director at Meet & Engage and Pag Miles Global Head Of Alliances at Alexander Mann Solutions. Both of them have some fantastic insights to share, and this really is a must-listen interview for anyone who is trying to understand the current state of the market or who is working on their future talent acquisition strategy. In the interview, we discuss: •What support have employers needed in the last six months? •Panic, Protect, Prepare, Progress •Automation to support applicant volumes •Employers priorities for 2021 •Improving experiences with technology •Virtualised Onboarding and Re-Boarding •Panic buying and tech stack reviews •Virtual internships •2020's legacy in terms of talent acquisition and HR technology Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

32 min3 w ago
Comments
From Panic To Progress

On The Frontline

A few months ago, the podcast passed 1 million downloads, and it feels fantastic to get to this next milestone of 300 episodes. A big thank you to everyone for all the support you give me, whether that's through listening, sponsoring or appearing on the show. This podcast would not exist without you, and I'm incredibly grateful. Unlike the 100th episode where I published a whitepaper or the 200th episode which I recorded live at RecFest, I'm no doing anything special to mark this triple century. Instead, I'm focusing on continuing to create valuable content as well as shaping my plans to take the show to 400 episodes and beyond. I'll be sharing more details on those in the coming weeks. With the pandemic shaping the content of the last 52 episodes, it seems very appropriate in this episode to talk to Nicola McQueen, the CEO of NHS Professionals. NHS Professionals is owned by The Department of Health in the UK and is responsible for providing the NHS with a flexible workforce of Doct...

22 minSEP 28
Comments
On The Frontline

Talent Acquisition Has Changed

Talent acquisition has been forced to change more during 2020 than at any other time in its history as a function. It's now several months since the pandemic turned everything upside down, and I think it is an important time to reflect on the impact of the changes that have been made and their sustainability into the future. My guest this week is Himanshu Aggarwal, Chief Growth Officer at SHL. Himanshu works with talent acquisition leaders all over the world and has vast insights into the challenges they are facing and the changes they are making. In the interview, we discuss: •How the pandemic has changed talent acquisition •The rapid acceleration of adoption recruiting technology •How candidate experience is changing •Is the kind of talent employers are looking for changing? •Identifying the behaviours needed for effective remote working •How is virtual recruiting impacting quality of hires? •The importance of using technology that has been built for hiring •Science and data Subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts

21 minSEP 24
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Talent Acquisition Has Changed
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