One of the pressing issues today is that more and more companies, especially those smaller firms, are having a hard time finding the right people to fill their vacant jobs.

Although advancements in technology have now allowed recruiters to connect with job seekers more easily, there are still some issues that these tools cannot easily address, especially the long-term talent needs of the business.

And this is where strategic talent acquisition comes in. While sounds new and quite daunting to novices, this approach is actually being used by many successful organizations and companies these days, that is why they don’t struggle filling in their job vacancies, even those that requires highly specific skill sets.

To sum up, here are the key takeaways from the infographic below which discuss the potential benefits and difficulties of recruiting and strategic talent acquisition. Knowing the key differences between these two differences will surely help you choose the one that matches your business exact needs and preferences.

  1. Short-term vs Long-term
  2. Recruitment is a subset of talent acquisition.
  3. Linear process vs. ongoing cycle.
  4. Recruitment specialist vs talent acquisition specialist.
  5. Strategic talent acquisition: finding the right candidate for future positions.
  6. Should your company recruit or acquire talent?

To learn more, check out the infographic below from Phil. Exeq Search Solutions.

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Stu Abancio is the All Around Guy of Phil.Exeq Search. He's a career manager, marketing maven, wanderlust, shutterbug and a frustrated film maker (for now). Follow us on Instagram @phil.exeq.

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