UK Recruiter – Top Tips for an Inclusive Recruitment Strategy

UK Recruiter – Top Tips for an Inclusive Recruitment Strategy

When it comes to creating a recruitment strategy that is truly inclusive, there is unfortunately no ‘one-size fits all’ solution; what works for one organisation may not be appropriate for another. There are, however, several strategies that all organisations can follow which have seen positive results across a wide variety of industries. These strategies can help assist in creating a more inclusive workforce overall by ensuring that your recruitment processes are as fair to all parties as they possibly can be.  Here Teresa Boughey MA FCIPD shares her thoughts on how to build an inclusive recruitment strategy.  June 2019 Firstly, I would recommend that you develop a recruitment strategy for your Organisation that clearly outlines the methods and channels you currently use for candidate attraction, selection and assessment.   This will enable you to explore if these are still relevant and where you need to make changes in order to ensure that you are attracting talent from the widest possible pool. (more…)...
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Real Business – Tackling turnover by understanding why employees are leaving your business

Real Business – Tackling turnover by understanding why employees are leaving your business

By Teresa Boughey When you get recruitment right, it’s brilliant. But when it goes wrong it can damage brand and reputation. Often many businesses overlook when employees decide to leave an organisation. The importance of your workforce should not be underestimated and making sure they are all comfortable and happy in their roles in a great way to not only take stock of their wellbeing, but also ensure they’re are working effectively and productively. Given the investment many companies make in hiring people, it is quite staggering that employees often leave without companies really taking time to understand why. (more…)...
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Personnel Today – Diversity in HR: is it really a ‘white female’ profession?

Personnel Today – Diversity in HR: is it really a ‘white female’ profession?

I was delighted to be a guest contributor to this article in Personnel Today by Ashleigh Webber - 26 February 2019. Although often tasked with improving diversity and inclusion, HR is still often seen as a “white female” career. But is this necessarily the case? Ashleigh Webber looks at gender and racial diversity in HR and whether it is as homogenous as it seems. (more…)...
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Stemming the Loss of Talent through Exit Interviews

Stemming the Loss of Talent through Exit Interviews

Do you really know the reason why people leave your organisation?   Understanding the choices that people make, the opportunities they seek and the reasons why they no longer want to work for you are invaluable in reducing turnover. Some organisations however shy away from this golden opportunity to seek feedback.   Exit interviews are often tick box exercises, conducted by individuals who fail to recognise the important of drilling down and establishing the real reason why people leave. (more…)...
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Discover the essential ingredients for effective communication

Boosting employee engagement is often at the forefront of HR and management initiatives, which can lead to countless surveys, meetings, rewards schemes and other new programmes. But the simplest way to increase engagement is sometimes overlooked - it starts with effective day-to-day communication. (more…)...
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