Automation has come a long way since its early days in 1946 as an automatic process in automobile production. Now it impacts every facet of a business from operations to marketing, and staffing is no exception to this. In fact, staffing is one of the sectors set to most benefit from introducing automation. Why? Because automation in staffing can improve every part of the talent acquisition and management cycle.
5 reasons why your talent experience is vital to getting the best hires
Experiences have become a hot trend. People now prefer experiences over material belongings and will often share their experiences online through social media. This is fast expanding beyond our social lives to include work as well. With the majority of our week taken up by our jobs, it should come as little surprise that improving the talent experience in your organisation will supercharge your recruitment, engagement, and retention.
Diversity, equity and inclusion, or DE&I, has become a boardroom priority, as more leaders realize its impact on employee loyalty, morale, innovation, engagement, and productivity. For staffing agencies, DE&I must also remain at the forefront of decision-making, to ensure all workers are given a fair chance of placement and can work in roles that match their skills and goals.
Positive developments from the 2020 crisis: Extraordinary pandemic success stories
Although it undoubtedly has been a challenging year, some positives have come out of the 2020 crisis. As with all crises, we’ve been forced to grow into stronger, better versions and the healthcare sector is no exception. We cannot gloss over the COVID-19 pandemic nor the terrible toll it has had on lives and families, but we can take some hope for the future from the resilience and innovation shown by our healthcare workers.
Debunking 3 common myths surrounding AI and hiring healthcare talent
Recent years have seen healthcare staffing agencies’ work change significantly. On the one hand, focus has shifted from targeting active job seekers to passive ones due to the number of healthcare jobs rising every year and a shortage of skilled talent available to fill open positions. On the other, there’s the increasing workload of agencies, who now find themselves covering employee fluctuations, optimising shifts, managing payrolls and insurance, and providing additional benefits like continuous education, certifications and licensing.