This month, host Bruce Morton welcomes Kaitlyn Canarr, senior analyst at Allegis Global Solutions, for a briefing on key 2022 workforce trends. As part of the AGS Market Analytics team, Kaitlyn specializes in talent intelligence and labor market economics. In this episode, Bruce and Kaitlyn break down key labor market data points – such as labor force participation, unemployment, quits, employment cost index and more – and how data analysis can inform employers of workforce opportunities and challenges ahead in 2022. A great conversation to kick off the year!
“If you have a brain, you have bias.” Subject to Talent welcomes Consciously Unbiased founder Ashish Kaushal for this month’s episode, guest hosted by AGS Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) Marketplace Manager Brooke Stovall. In addition to founding this grassroots movement and organization promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace, Ashish is also the CEO of the contingent staffing firm, HireTalent. Together, Brooke and Ashish discuss unconscious bias and how workplace I&D conversations often overlook contingent workers, and how addressing this missing piece can help organizations truly advance hiring, retention and inclusion of diverse talent in the workplace.
This month, host Bruce Morton sits down with Ursula Williams, chief operating officer at Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), to discuss women in leadership in the staffing industry. Ursula highlights key findings from SIA’s recent report on the topic and shares best practices as well as personal experiences on mentorship, engaging men as advocates and the mindset and skill sets that future industry leaders – women and men – will need to be successful in the staffing industry.
This month, Jason Ezratty joins host Bruce Morton on Subject to Talent for a discussion on workforce intelligence – its beginnings, its evolution and how its powering better decision-making on how, when and where work gets done. As the cofounder, chairman and chief data scientist of leading augmented analytics company Brightfield, Jason digs into the smart technologies (NLP, ML and AI) and changing ideologies that are driving the new world of work.
This month, host Bruce Morton welcomes Keith Hausmann, chief revenue officer at Globality, the world's first artificial intelligence (AI)-powered platform and marketplace for sourcing global services. Together, they discuss how technology is fueling a better enterprise buying experience – from consumerization of the enterprise and smarter sourcing through AI and machine learning, to economic inclusion and the future of procurement.
Pearson, the world’s leading learning company, recently launched Hire From Anywhere, a shift in their approach to talent acquisition that greatly broadens the talent pool to find the right person for the role. On this special bonus episode of our Subject to Talent podcast, we welcome Pearson’s Lisa Egan, Vice President of Indirect Procurement, and Gene Carlson, Vice President of HR and Talent Acquisition, to discuss their commitment to finding the very best talent regardless of location and the unique partnership between Procurement and HR/Talent Acquisition that made it all possible.
As news of a “Great Resignation” trend dominates headlines, HR and talent acquisition leaders alike are looking to their employer brand to differentiate and stand out in a highly competitive, ever-changing market. What does it take to attract and retain great talent today? And how can organizations adapt to the growing digital workplace while retaining their culture. Join Bruce Morton in his fascinating conversation with Ryan Schulz, managing director of brand and experience design at full-service digital agency One North, A TEKsystems company.
TalentNet partner and chief operating officer Justin Lumby joins Bruce Morton on Subject to Talent to discuss direct sourcing. The conversation covers the impact of today’s tight labor market on how organizations are strategically approaching attracting and hiring talent into their organizations as well as hypothesizing about what the future of the talent industry will look like. Let’s listen!
From safety requirements to company culture impacts to the hybrid workplace opening up talent pools in the future of work, in this episode we welcome Rebecca Bray from Epitec, one of Allegis Global Solutions’ strategic suppliers, to discuss how organizations are navigating return to workplace plans.
In this episode, AGS Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) Marketplace Manager Brooke Stovall sits down with I&D leaders Jasmine Guy and Franklin Reed to discuss their shared and individual experiences as I&D leaders – from how they came into their roles to their day-to-day challenges to what they’re most proud of today and excited for in the weeks and months ahead. We hope you enjoy the conversation.
Resilience is a “soft skill” that’s required to navigate the complexity of today’s everchanging, ever more disruptive market landscape. In this episode, AGS Senior Bid Manager Holly Gimenez sits down with Director of Business Development Steve Tolen to discuss how leaders are taking the lessons they learned in 2020 and paying it forward with strategic workforce investments in 2021. Check it out!
Subject to Talent brings you AGS’ Vice President of EMEA Simon Bradberry. In this first episode of season 2, Simon dives into what we learned from 2020, where we are in the industry today, and how to approach the workforce of tomorrow.
Interested in learning how Allegis Global Solutions evolved its approach to implementing recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) programs amid a pandemic? In this episode of Subject to Talent, AGS’ APAC Vice President Sarah Wong and Global Director of Operations Belinda Walker share a successful implementation with personal care corporation Kimberly-Clark that took place completely virtually across 12 countries in 15 weeks. Check it out!
Curious how the pandemic has changed recruitment? Industry expert and “recovering recruiter” Bill Boorman has the data you need – including the shifting mindsets of applicants and what companies need to consider when it comes to employer branding, candidate engagement, and talent attraction. Plus, hear why it’s important to recreate the sparks of creativity that come from in-office encounters of happenstance amid a digital world of scheduled connections. Listen today!
Thinking about implementing an RPO program or want to learn more? AGS’ Executive Director of Customer Enablement Kathy Clem and Vice President of Global Business Services Tom Jewett discuss how today’s savvy companies are rethinking how they acquire talent to transform their organizations and get work done.