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A regular *podcast featuring the leading thinkers from across the recruitment and business world, in conversation with REC Chief Executive Neil Carberry.

*The views expressed by guests on the REC's Talking Recruitment podcast are not those of the REC and reflect the individual's personal opinions.

REC Podcasts Recruitment & Employment Confederation

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A regular *podcast featuring the leading thinkers from across the recruitment and business world, in conversation with REC Chief Executive Neil Carberry.

*The views expressed by guests on the REC's Talking Recruitment podcast are not those of the REC and reflect the individual's personal opinions.

    Ep 43: How GSK is building human connections in a technology-led world

    Ep 43: How GSK is building human connections in a technology-led world

    "I think there'll be a need to plan for some connection that is more social, more human - on both sides - as we go through the journey of attraction and onboarding."

    Tech has changed the way we connect with our employees, but also how we build new relationships with future talent. Hear Jayne Haines, Senior Vice President, Talent Leadership and Organisation Development of GSK discuss how they have adapted their people strategy during the crisis to connect with current employees and worked with key partners to source new talent. You'll hear about:

    • What has homeworking meant for how GSK sources talent – hiring directly and working with partners?
    • What does a mixed model of home working mean for GSK in the long-haul? What are the benefits and complexities?
    • What gets GSK interested in working with a potential partner on people issues?
    • What recruitment business owners need to be mindful of when working with their clients

    • 20 min.
    Ep 42: Is the recruitment industry ready to fully embrace AI?

    Ep 42: Is the recruitment industry ready to fully embrace AI?

    The recent crisis was a catalyst that accelerated tech adoption across our sector and many others. But how can we take tech innovation beyond video conferencing and online candidate screening?

    We spoke to PwC UK's Director of AI and REC2020 keynote panellists Rob McCargow to learn more about the advantages of automation and AI in recruitment. Tune in to our latest podcast to hear about:

    • PwC UK's AI journey
    • Application of AI in recruitment
    • Impact of tech on onboarding
    • The role of technology in making good work happen
    • Using data to innovate and drive value
    • Advice for agency owners on getting started with AI

    Catch Rob's REC2020 talk here: www.rec.uk.com/rec2020lessons

    • 29 min.
    Ep 41: How one global staffing company took advantage of the crisis

    Ep 41: How one global staffing company took advantage of the crisis

    How are client expectations changing and how can recruiters change their operations to meet them? What lessons can we learn from international businesses who used this crisis as an opportunity to innovate? We spoke to Rhona Driggs, Chief Executive Officer of global staffing specialists Empresaria Group on the key lessons they learnt during the crisis and what advice they'd give to fellow recruitment businesses. Tune in to hear about:

    • How the pandemic has affected the Empresaria Group
    • How the Empresaria’s group has tailored their approach to clients, staff and their candidates during the crisis?
    • What innovations they brought into their operations as a result of the crisis
    • Key differences the Empresaria team has noticed about international responses and its impact on their operations
    • Real-life lessons on future business planning for recruitment business owners and leaders

    Need more on leadership and culture? Download our latest digital guide: REC2020: A guide for future-focused leaders here: www.rec.uk.com/rec2020lessons

    • 24 min.
    Ep 40: What makes a successful employee ownership strategy?

    Ep 40: What makes a successful employee ownership strategy?

    Employees are the backbone of any successful business. Ever considered 'employee ownership' as a succession strategy for your recruitment business? We spoke to the Chief Executive of Employee Ownership Association Deb Oxley OBE. She thinks employee ownership unleashes the power of ownership in an individual and explains what makes employee ownership a popular way of managing succession.

    But how do you get started? Deb was joined by Neil Smith MBE, Managing Director of Kinetic Plc, an employee owned business and an REC Audited member. He shared how Kinetic moved to this model, key learnings for fellow recruitment business owners and how it has impacted their performance as a business.

    Need more on leadership and culture? Download our latest digital guide: REC2020: A guide for future-focused leaders here: www.rec.uk.com/rec2020lessons

    • 33 min.
    Ep 39: Gattaca CEO on the future of local and international recruitment

    Ep 39: Gattaca CEO on the future of local and international recruitment

    With the Brexit deadline looming large, what is your game plan for survival? Thinking international is a great starting point, and there are plenty of success stories in the recruitment fraternity where you can gather inspiration from. One such example is Gattaca, an international recruitment business with more than 800 staff across the world. Hear Gattaca's CEO Kevin Freeguard share his advice and business lessons on how you can plan your future including:

    • Gattaca's outlook on sectoral shifts during the crisis
    • Tips for future workforce planning to meet client needs
    • Impact of remote working on business performance
    • Lessons and trends from Gattaca's international business
    • Advice on building international recruitment firms

    Want more on leadership? Download our latest digital guide: REC2020: A guide for future-focused leaders here: www.rec.uk.com/rec2020lessons

    • 23 min.
    Ep 38: A guide to being a future-focused leader ft James Reed

    Ep 38: A guide to being a future-focused leader ft James Reed

    What should remote leadership look like?

    Hear James Reed, Chairman of The Reed Group share his leadership lessons including what today's leaders should be doing now to become a future-focused people's leader.

    James kicks off his discussion with Neil Carberry with Reed's latest labour market insights while adding his own findings on where our economy is headed which hints on his optimism about our industry in the coming months. Listen to this discussion to take away some important lessons on:
    • What remote leadership in the modern sense should look like?
    • The role of digital in shaping the future of work
    • Key messages from the Keep Britain Working campaign
    • How recruitment businesses can contribute to the recovery of the UK economy

    Want more on leadership? Download our latest digital guide: REC2020: A guide for future-focused leaders here: www.rec.uk.com/rec2020lessons

    • 32 min.

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