Talent Planning Within an Organisation

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Unit 5 Resourcing Talent Talent Planning within an Organisation Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening, and selecting a capable person for a specific job. This short report will look at factors which may affect recruitment within an organisation, different recruitment and selection methods, workforce diversity and the induction process. When attracting talent the approach of organisations can differ entirely depending on certain issues such as: Funding – this controls all aspects of advertising from hiring agencies or running an advertisement. Initially the funds also need to be there to accommodate another employee. Culture – this will direct any advertisement as the nature of the job or company needs…show more content…
Hiring an agency to fill a position can be quicker and less work for the business as the agency carryout the recruitment process to meet the needs and specification set by the business. The agency is responsible for finding the right person so they are going to send only the best as they want to keep a good reputation. ‘Headhunters’ are useful when trying to fill a more complex role such as an area within engineering as people trained to carry out the specific task may be far fewer. A headhunting company will know who and where to find the right person. They act quickly, carryout negotiations and like an agency want to impress the company they are working on behalf of. Inductions are a type of training given as an initial preparation upon a new employee joining the organisation. It often contains information dealing with the layout of the firm or its hierarchy, health and safety measures and security systems. An introduction to key employees and teams, gives an impression of the organisation’s culture and can display the attitude and some expectations required of the individual by the company. This is important for both the employer and employee as it sets the tone and boundaries for both parties. If correctly done an effective induction can save time and

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