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Without a sense of purpose, it’s difficult for employees to connect with their work and their company. Working with a sense of purpose boosts employee motivation, productivity, morale, and overall job satisfaction. By keeping up with the desires of workforce and culture by identifying wants and desires will greatly benefit and boost the satisfaction and bottom line.
It’s one thing to source candidates. It’s another thing to successfully recruit "love-your-skills-and-live-your-industry" talents.
Below are our four "find-the-best talents" strategies for attracting the best talents (yes you did caught that correct, you!).
Recruit "on-the-fly". The right opportunity is about timing. Recruit on the organisations needs. Recruit on the company culture. Recruit on underrepresented candidates and inclusion. "We become comfortable with the uncomfortable topics ".