Over the last several years, the way we work has shifted. And for organizations wishing to attract and retain talent, the ability to adapt to the needs of the modern workplace is essential.
In our latest eBook: Reimagining the Future of the Workplace, we summarize the key insights and strategies gained from thought leaders and HR executives as they relate to the “new normal” working environment.
Attracting and Retaining Engaged, Productive Talent: A New Model for a New Normal
It’s increasingly evident that traditional approaches to talent acquisition and retention are no longer relevant or effective. Yet, the new playbook is still being written. It’s never easy to fly the plane while you’re building it, but in times like these it’s a necessity.
What does it all mean for CEOs, COOs, CHROs, and other business leaders?
It means there is a pressing need to adopt a new model for talent acquisition, retention, and engagement—one that is purpose-built for the current environment. This white paper outlines the key drivers of change in the talent space and lays out a proven model for approaching talent in a way that ensures long-term, sustainable success for organizations and the individuals they employ.
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A New Model for a New Normal
The work environment and everything it encompasses has forever changed, altered by forces like the pandemic, a volatile economic landscape, civil unrest, and a heightened emphasis on values like diversity, equity, and inclusion. It’s clear the concept of a new normal doesn’t begin to describe the seismic shifts shaping organizations today. But what is much less clear is how to navigate the changes, overcome the challenges, and continue to attract and retain talent that will bolster an engaged and productive workforce.
Authors Mary Malone McCarthy, Anne Rush, and Donna Hughes, share insights in this white paper on how organizations can adapt and put in place sustainable, real solutions for attracting and retaining talent.
How the Right Outsourced Recruiting Solution Can Yield a High ROI
If you’re wondering how an outsourced recruitment process model works and how to determine the return on investment (ROI),this guide can help.
This Guide includes:
practical information on what the outsourced recruitment model involves
why more companies are adopting it
the advantages it can provide
how to evaluate the ROI of this approach
Finding and retaining the talent you need to achieve your business goals has never been more challenging.
It’s tougher than ever to recruit and keep the kind of employees who can drive your business forward, enabling you to grow and thrive. That’s why many organizations turn to outsourced recruitment, which is often called RPO (recruitment process outsourcing).
The key is ﬁnding an RPO partner that will become immersed in your business versus taking a transactional approach to “ﬁlling jobs.”
About M3 Placement & Partnership
Over the past 10 years we have researched emerging patterns and trends in talent acquisition, employee engagement, and internal human resources processes to deliver an end-to-end approach that ensures long term success. From culture and coaching to placement and performance, our services improve every aspect of the experience.
“The M3 team has spent so much time with us- finding out what’s important to us and our culture- in order to find us new talent. They use their expertise to guide and advise us to make great business and talent decisions, which allows us to take our organization to the next level. The team has a down to earth, authentic communication style and they have blended so well with our TA group that we truly think of them as an extension of our team. They are genuinely good people who put their customers and clients first and make sure you really are taken care of. It’s a pleasure to work with such a people driven organization.”
At M3 Placement and Partnership, we believe in helping our clients from the inside out.
How do we do that? Start with people.
We are incredibly passionate about people, and the work that can be done in the workplace to be able to support individuals and their families. We help clients to change and grow their organization to meet their employees where they are in life. The result? Employees have confidence that their employer cares, and employers see more engaged, focused employees who are mutually invested in growing their business.
Starting the Conversation:
Start Simple: In a time where people are so emotionally charged by many personal stressors like the health and safety of their families, their financial futures, the state of our world…the list goes on. A personal “check in” asking, ‘how are you doing?’ and ‘is there a way I can help?’, goes a long way and will make a meaningful difference in the lives of your employees.
4 easy steps to start the conversation:
Step 1: Talk about it. Have a workplace culture where people feel safe to discuss mental wellness. Create an environment free of stigma where employees can talk openly about mental health, and do it regularly by finding what works for your business.
Step 2: Take the temperature by engaging an expert to facilitate and open up the conversation on mental health. Need help finding someone? Consult with your local Chamber of Commerce for a listing of mental health professionals in your area.
Step 3: Engage leaders to be authentic and lead with compassion. Now more than ever, emotional intelligence is being called upon. If you’re not even in that arena, start with Verb who offers plug and play collections on topics like emotional intelligence, mindfulness, conscious management and more.
Step 4: Give access to help by offering some simple, accessible solutions like online therapy through Lyra or meditation through Headspace. Don’t stress about implementing a major program or campaign, just let your employees know what your plan is to support them!
Mary Malone McCarthy || President and CEO, M3 Placement and Partnership
We have a responsibility as servant leaders and as organizations to give people the tools and to open that conversation to let people know that there’s a place to go that they can feel safe.
Ready for the next steps?
Let us help you develop a holistic mental wellness approach. Download our FREE Mental Wellness eBook! Start Here: Mental Health in the Workplace eBook
Download our FREE Mental Wellness eBook! START HERE: MENTAL WELLNESS IN THE WORKPLACE DIGITAL EBOOK
People are the foundation of guiding where your business goes.
What is the current, most significant issue facing people and organizations globally? Mental Wellness.
Now more than ever, business leaders are taking a truly holistic approach, much different than you would see in the past. They are taking the lead to foster an environment of taking care of their employees by offering support for overall wellness, including mental health.
Moments with M3: The Leadership Podcast with Mary Malone McCarthy
Mary Malone believes that leaders have the opportunity and responsibility to impact and inspire others to greatness. With a conscious capitalism foundation, she talks with leaders on how to lead purpose driven lives, build organizations that inspire greatness and excel at impacting others. The podcast aims to motivate existing and aspiring leaders to grow with purpose and impact.
At M3, we are on a mission to find better talent for the organizations we work with. We believe when superior talent is placed in key leadership roles, change is created to impact organizations and lives for the better, and that creates a better world.