And half of the marrow pipes have been smeared against the wall and ceiling, we can continue. We no longer look at 'traditional' applicants. No, we're going to zoom in on the whole spectrum of work. Which people can perform which tasks at a given time. And which cross scenarios can we all create with that? Normally, the conversation is about applicants who can immediately fill a vacancy (the AA intake). I have also been talking about the hybrid labor market continuously for about a year and a half .
Structural use of AB lateral influx (in other Executive List words, training people on an ongoing basis). But now we're going to talk about really every possible combination we can think of. Schematic image of table on recruitment for your HR strategy. Today we are going to puzzle for advanced users, because first we are going to plot all possible different target groups on the X-axis: 1. Our internal population (this is always first, read here why ) 2. Active job seekers (normal applicant) 3. Latent job seekers (normal applicant if you have some knowledge.
Of job marketing) 4. Volunteers 5. Alumni 6. Ex applicants 7. Self-employed persons / Freelancers 8. Pensioners 9. Side- entry students 10. Interns 11. Former interns 12. Students 13. Trainees 14. Non-Dutch 15. Status holders 16. School students 17. Returnees and 18. Other sub-target groups Also read: This is how you stimulate happiness at work within your team That should give you a little more air! And where we normally say 'vacancies', we are now going to talk about possibilities of 'work forms' on the Y-axis.