Apr 27, 2022
In Wellness Forum
Scarce good Until recently, the nurse, the Java developer or Industry Email List the plumber was just about the most popular profile in the Netherlands. But nowadays that is none other than the recruiter himself. Is that gut feeling or is that really the case? Check LinkedIn Industry Email List and you will see that there are 28,000 vacancies open for recruiters in the Netherlands. Hello 28,000?! Have you already let it sink in? Those golden boys and girls are of course so Industry Email List desperately needed to recruit all those nurses, Java developers and plumbers, so far I understand it in this extremely tight labor market. But adding more recruiters to this job market is of Industry Email List course like continuing to pull a bunny by the ear and expecting it to turn into a rabbit. Or expect to make a baby with nine women in one month. That just won't work. Adding more recruiters to Industry Email List your organization will certainly not increase the available candidate pool in our labor market. You can't have Industry Email List a baby with nine women in one month And now I hear you thinking: "Yes Arjan, that's nice your whining again, but tell me how it should be!" That's a good comment from you, so I'll just do that! Three parts The trick is to look at work differently and to dare to adjust the entire playing field. This story consists of three parts: Upgrade Industry Email List conversation to C-level Expansion of your working methods Cross-organization collaboration 1. Upgrade your conversation to C-level Everything you are going to do in the implementation of this Industry Email List plan, you do together with your board / management. It affects the strategy, culture, finances and even more departments within the organization. This is no longer part of HRM and Industry Email List recruitment. In my view, HRM and recruitment should be the architects of this story. But you need the buy-in from the board / management to get started with this. Structural, not incidental. Let go of the definition vacancy .