VIDEO: Bringing your in-house recruiting team to the fore of the business
Thu, 19 Jul 2012
Moving a large, multi-national business into the full adoption of an in-house recruitment strategy is not something that can be done overnight, nor will that department be able to fully reach its potential within the business instantly.
This is the view of Gary North, the London and EMEA head of resourcing at interdealer broker and risk and information services firm ICAP, who described the goals of the company’s new in-house resourcing department on p5 of the new, July edition of Recruiter, out last week.
In the second part of his video interview with Recruiter, he describes the “three core, chunky steps” involved in moving his newly-created, in-house recruitment function from a reactive unit to a strategic part of the business that is able to become involved in “informing and shaping the debate” around the rest of the business’s activities. Hear what he has to say in the video below:
In the first part of the video interview
, he described to Recruiter
that companies cannot and must not see resourcing and recruitment as one single, simple stage, and outlined the different elements of what such an in-house team must do.