Ch 4: Finding Agile Workers

About This Chapter

It's easy to teach your employees about finding agile workers with this convenient and flexible corporate training chapter. This resource is offered online, and it allows your teams to learn while also maintaining their work schedules.

Finding Agile Workers - Chapter Summary

We've assembled a collection of lessons on finding agile workers for you to share with your employees however you see fit. Mobile-friendly lessons cover job design, recruiting members for virtual teams and recruiting agile talent. This chapter works just as well for a corporate training seminar as it does if you need a resource for working person to person.

How It Helps

  • Provides tips: Your employees will come away with actionable tips and strategies they can utilize in their recruiting processes to hire agile talent.
  • Keeps processes current: The timely subjects include the process of recruiting members for a virtual team and the strategies of digital recruitment, ensuring your employees are abreast of the latest trends in the industry.
  • Saves you time: There's no need to book a conference room or prepare lengthy presentations when you can assign the lessons and quizzes in this chapter to your employees to complete at work or home at their leisure.

Skills Covered

After completing this chapter, your employees should be ready to:

  • Define job design
  • Differentiate between traditional and online external recruitment methods
  • Understand how to recruit members for a virtual team
  • Outline successful digital recruitment strategies
  • Discuss tips for recruiting agile talent
  • Build a connective culture to attract agile talent

6 Lessons in Chapter 4: Finding Agile Workers
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Job Design: Definition and Purpose

1. Job Design: Definition and Purpose

A correctly defined job design will attract the right applicants and decrease job turnover by helping everyone understand their responsibilities up front. This lesson explores four approaches that companies can use to create a job design and communicate job tasks to current and potential employees.

External Recruitment Methods: Traditional vs. Online

2. External Recruitment Methods: Traditional vs. Online

Recruiting job candidates is easier than ever, thanks to a mash-up of traditional and online resources. In this lesson, you'll learn more about external recruiting methods and the positives and negatives of each.

Recruiting Members for a Virtual Team

3. Recruiting Members for a Virtual Team

As virtual teams have become more common, companies are scrambling to recruit members who are skilled and talented in the industry. Use the tips in this lesson to recruit the right people for your team.

Digital Recruitment: Definition & Strategies

4. Digital Recruitment: Definition & Strategies

Digital recruiting gives hiring managers more opportunities to connect with job seekers on social media and in mobile apps. In this lesson, you'll learn more about this tactic and some strategies for using it.

Recruiting Agile Talent: Tips & Examples

5. Recruiting Agile Talent: Tips & Examples

In this lesson, we'll define agile talent. You'll learn about external talent platforms and their purpose in attracting agile talent. We'll also explore recruiting tips.

How to Build a Connective Culture to Attract Agile Talent

6. How to Build a Connective Culture to Attract Agile Talent

In this lesson, we'll define agile talent. You'll also learn about the importance of employer branding and three factors to attract agile talent. We'll also discuss how exceptional organizational culture appeals to agile talent.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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