As organisational DE&I strategies become increasingly high profile and are rightly positioned at the heart of business strategy, many firms are seeking to leverage technology further to identify, attract and retain a vast pool of under-represented talent.
Launching Miller Byrne last year was the singularly most challenging project we have collectively undertaken as recruiters. We are also pleased to report that it has been the most rewarding project we have undertaken and, as we approach the end of our first business quarter and look forward to the Easter weekend, we wanted to share the following market update with our HR & Marketing networks.
Companies invest significant time, budget, effort and energy into attracting the best talent in their industry through strong employer branding. As recruiters, we realise how important it is to retain this talent once the candidate has begun their journey at the organisation.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) have come a long way since 1970, when the first official corporate ERG was established by Joseph Wilson, former CEO of Xerox, in response to racial riots in New York. Today, Google has over 35000 employees actively engaged across 16 internal ERGs capturing an increasingly diverse range of communities including an ‘Inter Belief Network’ and ‘Disability Alliance’.
By their very nature, Chief Marketing Officers tend to welcome disruption, not to mention creativity and innovation, particularly if it is being driven by the talented team they have carefully built. But even for CMO’s who thrive in a complex and highly competitive marketing landscape, COVID 19 has produced a range of internal and external market complexities...
At Miller Byrne we encourage our clients, where possible, to look beyond the CV and dig a little deeper when objectively assessing candidates for an experienced HR or Marketing opportunity. We pride ourselves on developing long term relationships with our candidates and rigorously assessing them on your behalf, however, we additionally encourage deeper psychological assessment, particularly at exe
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