At the center of most talent acquisition (TA) programs is an applicant tracking system (ATS).
Global uncertainty, a highly competitive talent marketplace, an aging workforce and countless other factors have all contributed to the rise of talent intelligence. So, what is talent intelligence?
Recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), managed service provider (MSP) solutions, and total talent programs look a lot different today than they did one year ago. From the global pandemic to the movement for racial justice to a supercharged U.S. election year, the impacts of 2020 will have rippling long-term effects.
In a structured, traditional sense, account management is exactly that, managing the account and maintaining customer relationships. In it, there is an inherent level of singular ownership and possession, with the ultimate goal being to renew contracts and upsell services when possible.
Earlier this year, Sevenstep hosted an RPO Roundtable to gather talent acquisition executives from the healthcare, logistics, member services and oil and gas industries together to discuss recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) in 2021.
The demand for supply chain talent reached unprecedented heights during the COVID-19 outbreak, but the industry had already been facing a talent shortage.
One of the things I love about working in the Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) business is that it’s constantly changing. Today, RPO is vastly different from the industry I started in as a fresh-faced college graduate six years ago.
With Valentine’s Day upon us, it’s hard not to feel the “love in the air.” As a newlywed myself, admittedly, I might be a bit more susceptible to the holiday than in years past. But, it also got me thinking about another serious relationship of mine – one that I’ve been in for quite some time now at Sevenstep.