Building a Resourcing Function
With many Resourcing leaders time poor and residing over delivery teams with little or no access to sector expertise, now is the time to revisit those Resourcing strategies to ensure the blend of tech, outsourcing and process are being deployed in equal measures.
We’re bringing in 10 of our trusted partners to showcase how they’ve solved some of the most commonly faced challenges in this space. We will explore how to shape future talent pipelines while flexing and scaling a Resourcing function.
Some of the top line points we will cover include:
Why has it become increasingly more important for employers to be in control of their own talent pools and talent pipelines?
What is the best way to manage agencies?
Automating as much of your process as you can add real benefits from attraction through to reference checks and onboarding. What do you need to consider when deciding what to use?
How do you resource for peaks or volume hiring?
RPO - Yes or No?
Advertising, brand, referrals, candidate engagement, communication and much more
And that’s just in the AM!
After an amazing lunch, we’ll be treated to an afternoon of presentations and discussions from our event partner vendor as well as a Head of Recruitment.
This will lead to a roundtable discussion focusing on this question what is the potential of a direct resourcing model and what is the right talent model and fit for purpose hiring strategies?
MelbourneJames Telfer, Associate Director, Talent Acquisition at Cognizant
Cognizant TAG team: Working within the Global model - Working within a global model means you need to work within a global recruitment strategy. James Telfer joins us to talk through making the most of our recruitment efforts with what you have in place and aligning your resourcing strategy within your country.
James is business focussed HR professional with specialist strategic and operational experience in managing Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning functions, in both internal and outsourced (RPO) environments.
Gray Wilson, National Talent Acquisition Manager at Vodafone
Gray leads the Talent Acquisition function for Retail, Corporate and Contact Centres across Australia and works closely with the business to develop, maintain, oversee and implement cost-effective, innovative talent sourcing strategies that are responsive to the demand of the business.
Vodafone has been on a transformation journey with their recruitment function and Gray will be sharing that journey with us as well as challenging the sourcing myths and looking at the fundamentals that we should have in place.
Rachel Hill, Hill Consulting
A journey through Resourcing Models:
With the changing needs of recruitment within a company, how to do you ensure you have the right model in place to deliver. Rachel Hill will take us through what a resourcing model looks like and what do you need to consider when looking at your recruitment function.
Rachel advises corporate Australia on how to best attract and recruit for key skill shortages in the 21st century by reviewing their processes, their people, and use of technology.