- Maura Alexandru, Head of Human Resources, Grafton Apparel
- Jill Allen, Senior Talent Acquisition Partner, DLL Group
- Voke Ariale, Senior Manager, Talent and Human Resources, Auto Capital Canada Inc.
- Jessica Baker, Global Talent Acquisition Director, Current, Powered by GE
- Kimberly Hogendoorn, Director of Global Recruitment, SOTI
- Banu Raghuraman, Director, Business Process and Analysis, Info-Tech Research Group
- Adrian Robinson, Partner, IQ PARTNERS
- Hajira Sajjad, HR Recruiter, Auxly Cannabis
- A tight labor market already makes regular cycle recruitment challenging. A high-volume recruitment project not only increases the amount of requisitions a team will have to fill but also amplifies the impact of regular recruitment challenges (e.g. poor candidate experience, inconsistent hiring results, inefficient talent acquisition process, etc.).
- Balancing the candidate experience and hiring manger needs with process efficiency may seem impossible. Use project management principles to make it achievable.
Impact and Result
- Be proactive and leverage project management principles. HVR projects have clear timelines that make them optimal for taking on a project management approach.
- A plan for HVR will help balance the need to have an efficient process and a good candidate experience and meeting hiring manager needs.
This guided implementation is a six call advisory process.
Guided Implementation #1 - Define the scope and complexity of the project
Call #1 - Discuss the hiring needs and determine the complexity of the project. Review the project scoping process activities including intake meeting guides and the candidate audience profile template.
Call #2 - Discuss project constraints and identify how they will impact the HVR project. Identify HVR project goals and metrics to ensure project success.
Guided Implementation #2 - Assess and customize the talent acquisition process for HVR
Call #1 - Review the organization’s talent acquisition process and identify areas for customization.
Call #2 - Discuss the customized TA process and identify important timelines for the project.
Guided Implementation #3 - Develop the project plan
Call #1 - Discuss project team needs and identify project team members for HVR. Determine if there are gaps in project resources and prepare a business case for key stakeholders.
Call #2 - Identify project checkpoints and build a plan for tracking the project until completion.
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Onsite workshops offer an easy way to accelerate your project. If you are unable to do the project yourself, and a Guided Implementation isn't enough, we offer low-cost onsite delivery of our project workshops. We take you through every phase of your project and ensure that you have a roadmap in place to complete your project successfully.
Module 1: Define the Scope and Complexity of the Project
- Identify HVR project constraints.
- Define the complexity of the HVR project.
- Select goals and metrics for the project.
Key Benefits Achieved
- HVR project constraints and complexity understood
- Project goals and metrics selected
Review intake results and project constraints and brainstorm challenges.
- Evaluated project challenges
Analyze the complexity of the roles.
- Assessed role complexity
Build candidate audience profiles.
- Candidate audience profiles
Identify project goals and metrics.
- Defined project scope
Module 2: Assess and Customize the Talent Acquisition Process for HVR
- Customize the TA process to address HVR needs.
- Identify external communication needs.
Key Benefits Achieved
- TA process customized for HVR requirements
- External communication needs defined
Customize the requisition, sourcing, and screening process steps.
Customize the assessment, offer, and background check process steps.
- Customized TA process for the HVR request
Brainstorm external communication needs.
- Considered external communication needs
Finalize the HVR TA process steps.
- Finalized HVR process
Module 3: Develop the Project Plan
- Prepare a business case for stakeholders.
- Clarify project team roles.
- Determine project team communication methods.
- Create additional materials required for the project.
Key Benefits Achieved
- Business case prepared for stakeholders
- Project team roles and communication methods determined
- Additional project materials created
Build the business case.
- Business case
Create the project team and clarify roles.
- Defined project team
Determine project team communication methods.
Customize material for the project team.
- Customized support material for the project team