Talent Acquisition : It 's Evolving Pattern

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Talent Acquisition: It’s evolving Pattern Asst. Professor Gopa Das. Sinhgad Institute of Management, SIOM Pune Abstract: It is rightly said that “Change is the only CONSTANT thing in the world”, rightly so human beings or rather HUMAN RESOURCES are continuously evolving with respect to time. Employees of the organisation are termed as Talent’s and every organisation is having a deep urge to acquire the best of the best talents for their organisation.With the emergence of new trends and the introduction of new tools, the talent acquisition process is dynamically evolving. Talent acquisition has emerged as a key business imperative for organisations for its role in sourcing the right talent to ensure long term growth. It is now a long…show more content…
Given the varied changes in typical industry patterns, companies have subjected themselves to change in recruitment processes. The dynamics of talent acquisition are not what they used to be. Talent acquisition has evolved over a period of time to become the key reference point for employers. It is now a strategic and competence driven business function unlike in the past when it was restricted to recruitment. It is increasingly considered as the core function of an organisation which has touch points across planning, budgeting, employer branding, staffing, On-boarding and market intelligence. 2. Review of Literature: Profits stands for a dimension of social, political, environmental, ethnic and community activities that impact the social and cultural wellbeing of the society and engage in community building activities, (Salamon and Sokolowski, 2004). (Bomstein, 2007) has observed that, most of the volunteer organizations are entrepreneurial and inventive in accomplishing their social welfare activities. The constructive part of the income for social organizations comes from income generating activities, whereas for volunteer and community organizations, the constructive part of their income derives from donations from individuals or organizations. (Vigoda and Cohen, 2003) and their employees voluntarily involved in profit making activities for social progression adhering to a high ethical standard. The non-profit concerns face numerous challenges in terms of

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