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The Future of Hiring
People's relationship to work is changing. Because of this, companies need to adapt to better benefit from the people that work for them today and tomorrow.
However, just like people, no two companies are alike. The best are evolving into more human cultures that serve their employees and their business goals, now and in the future.
The Future of Hiring will help you navigate the challenges and exploit the opportunities of this new reality. Unleash the value of soft skills, enable your best people to bring even more talent to your business and find out how Michael Page can help you hire the right people at any time, every time.
People's changing relationship to work
People are looking for more meaningful relationships and this does not stop at work. Potential candidates want to understand the purpose behind their role. And employers like you want to hire the best available talent today, who also have the potential to grow with your business. How can you make this happen?
Valuing people's soft skills
Candidate lists should reflect the real world and its diversity. To help this, recruiting should focus on personalities and behaviours with future potential, in addition to the technical skills you need today. This will create greater market flexibility, improve candidate mobility and help make workplaces more representative.
Talent attracts talented people
By understanding what matters to and motivates employees, you can improve the way your company works. How? Both parties need to understand each other’s needs and seek to satisfy each other’s expectations. The best way to do this is through genuine conversations that reflect real-life expectations of work and the world.
Hiring the right people
Do you find it increasingly difficult to recruit the best available talent? Your top tool to attract potential candidates – your job briefing – could be working against you. Adverts should be optimised to suit a world that demands more transparency every day. Candidates should be able to understand their role, know their mission and really get what it is like to work for you.