Now connect to right talent faster with sourcing technology

Workforce solutions provider ManpowerGroup today said it has developed a strategic technology that gives its users an advantage in identifying hard-to-find candidates to meet their talent needs.

Talent is the key driver of business success in today's world, where continued economic uncertainty makes it difficult for businesses to anticipate their talent needs, and threatens their ability to compete in the marketplace, it said.

Jim McCoy, Vice President ManpowerGroup Solutions and RPO Practice Lead said said that this framework enables the company to quickly "cut through the clutter and implement the most effective tools for our clients' needs."

Additionally, it gives recruiters the freedom to experiment with the latest technologies, sharpening their skills and expanding their candidate network, he said.

The market is saturated with candidate sourcing platforms and that is why it is critical for employers to use the right sourcing technology that can provide them with in-depth insights into talent trends and help them deliver on business objectives, he said in a company release.

According to ManpowerGroup India Group Managing Director A G Rao, three key actions to identify the right sourcing technology are: planning for current and desired state of the sourcing; hiring the right sourcing talent and budgeting appropriately and evaluating the technology by constantly measuring and refining it.

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