Workshop 4 | Build – Buy – Borrow: Internal and External Talent Acquisition
Cornerstone OnDemand
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Session Details
12:30pm - 1:15pm

The talent acquisition market has never been more turbulent than it is today, with talent shortages in key growth areas, layoffs in others and a workforce with shifting priorities; getting the right people with the right skills to join, and stay at your organisation can be tough.

Join the Cornerstone team for this interactive session where we will discuss the simple step of bringing it all back to basics, current market and technology trends to watch out for, the role of ethical AI in TA, and the importance now more than ever, of looking inwards for the skills you need for today and the future.

Looking at three ways of sourcing talent - building it internally, buying it in from outside or borrowing it for projects and gigs, this session will:

  • Remove the noise and bring you back to the basics of talent acquisition

  • Take a look at the current market and technology trends impacting TA

  • Show you how you can plan and build a workforce for the future from within

  • Kieran Howells
    Kieran Howells
    Head of Content
    HR Grapevine
  • Andrew Brown
    Andrew Brown
    Regional Director
  • Tricia Leigh
    Tricia Leigh
    Director, Solution Consulting
About Cornerstone OnDemand

Cornerstone powers the future-ready workforce with a next generation talent experience platform designed to unite technology, data and content and inspire a work environment of growth, agility and success for all. With an AI-powered, skills-forward, experiential platform, built on an open architecture designed for neutrality and scale, we help organisations modernise their learning and development experience, deliver the most relevant content from anywhere, accelerate talent and career mobility and establish skills as the universal language of growth and success across their business. Cornerstone serves over 7,000 customers and 125 million users and is available in 180 countries and 50 languages.