TITLE

TMP/Hudson Global Resources: Award for Innovation in Recruitment and Retention

PUB. DATE
November 2003
SOURCE
Personnel Today;11/18/2003, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
TMP/Hudson Global Resources is the award for innovation in recruitment and retention. This award recognizes effective approaches to selection, recruitment and retention of employees. Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) is the biggest employer in Hertfordshire, England with 25,000 staff, and aims to provide the best possible local services at the lowest cost to the taxpayer. HCC has won the award and judge Janet Rubin says, "A well-presented entry that scored well across all criteria. It is the first fully outsourced recruitment solution in the public sector. The visual material was very good and effectively sold the benefits of working for the county council and the county. This initiative has shown demonstrable organizational benefits for the county council." Surrey Partners e-Recruitment Pathfinder Project (SPeRPP) is a group of 20 public sector organizations and one private sector partner. Judge Janet Rubin says, "SPeRPP is a unique project designed to pool the resources, needs and aspirations of a disparate group of public sector employers in Surrey, to deliver major efficiencies in recruitment processes, significant cost savings and improved retention. It scored well under all of the criteria and is due to produce significant benefits to the partners."
ACCESSION #
11600275

 

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