Strategic HR Review: Volume 14 Issue 5


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New ways of working: what is the real impact on the HR profession?

Ksenia Zheltoukhova

– This paper aims to introduce the concept of shared-value and propose how it could be applied in the field of human resource management (HRM).


Keys to optimising workforce resources across the enterprise

Marcello Sambartolo

Optimising workforce resources has become increasingly complex, particularly for large enterprises and those operating in multiple locations or countries. To be successful, human…


Strategic workforce planning – a vital business activity

Andrew Mayo

– The purpose of this paper is to make the case for strategic workforce planning and to outline the key steps involved.


The complexity of recruiting

Pradeep Sahay

This paper aims to delve into the fast changing world of recruitment and throw light on some key challenges, trends and emerging practices that will continue to shape the future…


Lean talent acquisition: one team’s journey of improvement

Eric Van Duren, Jim D'Amico, Kurt Knoth

– This paper aims to describe how lean performance improvement principles helped transform an integrated healthcare system’s talent acquisition team to best in class.


Best practices for finding hidden talent and empowering social mobility

Alex Linley

Early career recruiters are increasingly focused on finding hidden talent and empowering social mobility, while also managing the reality of large recruitment volumes. A new…

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