In times of heightened recruitment spikes, HR or TA teams often choose to outsource either their entire recruitment process or parts of it, particularly when more specialised skill sets are required. This short-term, results-focused and on-demand assistance is known as a project recruitment.
In other words, project recruitment is a bespoke recruitment outsourcing service aimed at helping organisations to solve urgent or mission-critical challenges beyond the reach of their own TA or HR teams.
When do companies typically need project recruitment support?
I had a pleasure of interviewing Ella Justin, HR Business Partner at Morgan McKinley,who spent the last 10 years working in an HR sector on numerous projects and initiatives. One of Ella's areas of expertise is workplace well-being so I talked to Ella about how well-being is received among the employees in her company and how it can essentially affect the bottom line of the business.
In the words of Eric Feng: "25% of the workforce is actively looking [for a job] at any given time, but 85% is willing to talk”. This quote summarizes the current employment market where candidates, especially those with niche skills, are hard to find and hard to keep.
Trayc Keevans gives one of the finest fact-filled interviews you will see this year on CBC News Toronto: Post-Brexit opportunities, Morgan McKinley Toronto, cultural alignments between Ireland and Canada, tech and employment news and the Toronto Raptors, all in five minutes!
Many companies around the world have been affected by Brexit and it has created a lot of uncertainty for millions of people; However with every type of large scale change there comes opportunity.
The trick is to always assess the company, your team, your own and your subordinate situation especially when it's concerning your subordinate, try to study and empathise with his or her personal situation too. Before going further, let’s understand what these two terms actually mean and if you know the difference.
Morgan McKinley conducted a research based on a total of 287 feedback collected from both groups (employers and employees), sharing their challenges and opinions of each other when working together.
The white paper presents two sides of the story, the employers' and the Millennials', with challenges, misconceptions, possible causes and recommendations towards a peaceful and profitable collaboration between the two generations.