How to Conduct a Talent Market Analysis with Publicly Available Data

By Advanced Resources on March 4, 2019

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Business leaders know full well how central good employees are to the success of any company. In this edition’s feature article, “How to Conduct a Talent Market Analysis with Publicly Available Data,” Jon-Mark Sabel closely examines one aspect of hiring that organizations often fail to leverage: drawing on free-to-use public data when developing hiring strategies.

Also in this issue:

  • Keeping Remote Employees Engaged
  • Why Peer-to-Peer Learning Should Be Part of Your Training Strategy
  • The Secret to Effective Performance Management
  • And More...

Companies can improve their odds of finding the people they need by making sure that leaders are actively involved in the recruitment process, as Julie Winkle Giulioni explains in “4 Mindsets for Achieving a Better Talent Pipeline.”

As candidates become employees, it’s critical that companies continue to keep their workers’ needs top-of-mind and not take them for granted. In “The Secret to Effective Performance Management,” David Sturt and Todd Nordstrom discuss one of the most effective things managers can do to keep their employees happy and engaged. And in “Creative Ways to Keep Remote Employees Engaged,” Rob de Luca explores ways to address some of the needs particular to that segment of the workforce.

At Advanced Resources we aren’t genies—but we are experts on HR and staffing matters. So even though you won’t be able to use magical means to deal with challenges in those areas, at least you don’t have to deal with them alone. Contact us today to find out how we can support your organization’s efforts to bring (and keep) top talent on board!


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