A modern talent acquisition experience is critical for organizational success.

Companies choose to grow in a multitude of ways, and the manner in which they choose to grow can change drastically over time. Talent acquisition teams need to be nimble so they can align hiring strategies with their organization’s ever-changing growth strategies.

Highly sought-after candidates, passive candidates and new hires are all looking for a more modern talent acquisition experience - one that has the right look and feel with a foundation of streamlined processes. To keep people engaged, old sourcing, recruiting, and onboarding processes must be updated to accommodate an evolving growth strategy like the acquisition of a new company. Through a practical, proven, and right sized approach, Baker Tilly’s Human Capital services team can help your organization:    

Our experienced Talent Acquisition team members will work with you to design and build a tailored sourcing, recruiting, and onboarding plan that makes sense for your organization. The end goal is to modernize your recruiting ecosystem, reduce new hire time to productivity, and most importantly, enable an improved talent acquisition function that will drive organizational success and support growth.

Onboarding: What's the Big Deal?

Onboarding: What's the Big Deal?

In today’s marketplace, a modern talent acquisition experience is essential for any organization’s success. Learn how onboarding can provide a significant, companywide boost to real business results, and how HR can be the catalyst.

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Talent Acquisition: Onboarding Leading Practices

Talent Acquisition: Onboarding Leading Practices

View this presentation from OHUG 2017, to learn about leading practices in onboarding and the decisions and tools that have positively impacted the process with our clients

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Our Take

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We help organizations put their best foot forward in delivering a world class sourcing, recruiting, and onboarding experience for new employees, starting well before they walk in the door.

— Meghan Ferguson