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How Talent Tech Labs are helping us meet client talent pool needs

Zac Lazarus
By Zac Lazarus
on April 24, 2017
Talent Tech Labs and Talent PoolsDeveloping a clear strategy in recruitment has never been more important than it is today, with businesses needing to ensure they are preparing not just to meet their existing workforce needs, but also to prepare themselves for the needs of tomorrow.

 

 

 

At Allegis Global Solutions (AGS), we've seen a rise in the number of our clients seeking a more comprehensive and flexible way to onboard new hires and to access the limited pool of talent that is available in many industries. Developing access to swift and efficient hiring therefore holds a range of benefits for all businesses, and this is where the emergence of talent pools can make the difference.

 

 

Opening up talent pools to meet business needs

 

 

Direct sourcing of candidates and the proliferation of freelance management systems has meant many businesses are becoming limited in the number of candidates they have available for new positions.

 

 

However, from faster time-to-fill roles through to associated cost savings from a more streamlined recruitment process, talent pools are helping organizations to overcome a range of disruptors to their current recruitment programs.

 

 

The benefits of talent pools are far-reaching and include:

 

  • Ability to aggregate all past hires and ensure any successful contingent labor can easily be recruited again for future roles
  • Access to alumni networks for a wider pool of talent to draw upon
  • Retaining the details of silver medalists (candidates who reached the final phase of the interview process but were not offered a previous position)
  • Ability to draw on a group of people who have already demonstrated a clear interest in your employer brand/business

 

 

We think you'll agree that the use of new products and services aligned to a talent pool approach to recruiting new hires can therefore open up a world of possibilities for businesses they might otherwise have missed.

 

 

Talent Tech Labs and the evolution of recruitment

 

 

Talent Tech Labs (TTL) is working in partnership with AGS to develop new solutions for companies to enhance not only their recruitment function, but also their wider business decision-making, planning for the future and meeting their hiring needs.

 

 

TTL helps to bring together business leaders with professionals and experts in their industry to no longer simply view recruitment as something that can be quantified through cost and the quality of hire, but examining all aspects of the recruitment process, through to defining key strategic goals for the future. It is a vibrant community of professionals all working together to fulfill the potential of businesses.

 

 

The evolution of recruitment from the finding and hiring staff to supporting wider business goals by having the right personnel in place is the future of our industry.

 

 

Indeed, AGS’ Global Head of Innovation, Bruce Morton states, "As the foremost thought leader in the emerging talent acquisition technology space, our mission is to foster innovation, and thorough collaboration to accelerate technologies to adoption to improve the state of the art in recruitment."

 

 

Organizations interested in developing greater innovation within their workforce management programs should therefore expand their thinking and embrace new methods of talent acquisition, leading to better business decision-making in the process. This is something we can help your company to achieve.

 

 

To learn more about the evolution of recruitment or our partnership with TTL, you can contact our team of experts here.

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Zac Lazarus
Written by Zac Lazarus
Director of Business Analytics Zac Lazarus plays an integral role in ensuring a consistent and best-in-class vision for Allegis Global Solutions’ (AGS) analytics offering. As a part of his role, Zac oversees our team of business analysts, who provide our clients with data intelligence and thought leadership while serving as a strategic partner and trusted advisor to their business. The team’s main objective is to turn data into information and knowledge for our clients to provide them the ability to make informed business decisions that lead to measurable results. Zac originally joined AGS in November 2010 as a financial operations analyst. From there, Zac quickly moved to our solutions architecture team as an architect, and then manager. While on the solutions architecture team, Zac utilized his technology experience to work with AGS clients, vendors, and internal resources to define technical and business system architecture for workforce management solutions. Additionally, Zac led efforts to define and implement technical standards and procedures across supporting programs, performed situation analyses and made recommendations, conceived and executed various solutions, and recommended appropriate courses of action for technology vendors. Prior to AGS, Zac worked as a BSM trader for Citigroup, where he supported daily balance-sheet management within the organization’s treasury department via short-term trading of fixed income products. Zac earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business from Towson University in 2006. Zac is a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity, and is a self-proclaimed food and travel enthusiast, golfer, and avid Philadelphia sports fan.

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