Recruitment and talent acquisition are the two most commonly used terms in HR departments across the globe. However similar they may sound or be perceived as being, there is an underlying difference between the two that many professionals tend to ignore. There exists a thin line between the two that creates a big difference in the way organisations manage talent.
One in seven HR leaders agree that automation/artificial intelligence is already impacting their workforce plans.
The platform gives the country’s brightest minds an opportunity to get a head-start in their careers.
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Ramco will implement its ERP solution across BIBD’s branches and 900+ employees spread in Brunei’s four districts.
Hiring will be in areas relating to technologies like Java and C++ across development and quality assurance, for mid-level to senior roles.
At a time when being fast, nimble and connected, can ‘make or break’ a business, can HR as a function afford a rigid mindset? The answer to that is undoubtedly, ‘No’!
When you make calls to poach a candidate, just remember, you are not selling credit cards, you are in the business, which is lot more significant and life-changing.