Talent acquisition insights
From recruitment technology to sourcing best practices, talent acquisition strategies are constantly evolving. Explore essential innovations and trends in human capital management through our white papers and recruitment research.
What do candidates really want?
Based on a global candidate study, Hudson RPO and HRO Today examine the attraction, engagement, and communication techniques that candidates claim are most effective for reaching them.
The great generational shift
From Boomers to Gen Z, an in-depth look at the changing nature of workplaces and guidance on how individuals and organizations can address multi-generational challenges.
Predictive talent pooling: better talent faster
What if you could predict when a talented candidate is ready to make a career change? Predictive talent pooling is a hiring approach that blends strategic sourcing, talent pooling, communications, and predictive data tools to hire better people faster.
Are candidates getting the message about your employer brand?
Hudson RPO and HRO Today magazine surveyed senior-level HR executives on employer branding strategy and practices. The result: our Employer Brand Guide, which analyzes practices that distinguish top employer brands from the rest.
City hiring trends: North America
Discover hiring and employment predictions for high-growth cities across North America in 2018.
Hiring for high growth
Experiencing a growth spurt? The right talent is critical for driving an organization through high-growth transformation, yet 77 percent of HR leaders rank the "ability to attract, train, and retain talent" as a top challenge. Learn how to address typical high-growth talent challenges before they become an issue.
Enhancing quality of hire
What is a quality hire anyway? How is it measured? The Hiring for Success report (co-published by Hudson RPO and HRO Today) defines quality in the workplace, the benefits of measuring quality of hire, the challenges of collecting data, and how to improve hiring processes.
You can’t afford to ignore workforce planning
60 percent of HR professionals say their workforce planning process is "weak," so we’ve created a step-by-step guide to help you to build, implement, and evaluate strategic workforce planning at your organization.