WE Consulting Group Singapore: Our Approach
Talent acquisition is the process of finding and acquiring skilled human labor for organizational needs and to meet any labor requirement. When used in the context of the recruiting and HR profession, talent acquisition usually refers to the talent acquisition department or team within the Human Resources department. WE Consulting talent acquisition team is responsible for finding, acquiring, assessing, and hiring candidates to fill roles that are required to meet goals and fill project requirements for your corporation.
In recent years, the recruitment process and recruiting teams have undergone a makeover of sorts. New terms, such as “talent acquisition” or “human capital management” have emerged as a different way of talking about the recruiting process.
Talent acquisition as a function has become closely aligned with marketing and PR as well as Human Resources. As global organisations need to recruit globally with disparate needs and requirements, effective recruiting requires a well thought out corporate messaging around hiring and talent development. WE Consulting talent acquisition professionals often craft the unique company message around the approach the company takes to hiring and the ongoing development of employees. The employment brand therefore encompasses not only the procurement of human capital, but the approach to corporate employee development. The unique needs of large companies especially to recruit and hire as well as attract top talent led to the development of a unique talent acquisition practice and career.
Our recruitment role is responsible for sourcing talent and bringing qualified candidates to your organisation. However, modern talent acquisition is becoming a unique skill-set. Because talent acquisition professionals many times also handle post-hire talent issues, such as employee retention and career progression, WE Consulting talent acquisition role is a distinct craft; we are intertwined with your organisation’s ultimate success and effectiveness.