Our research-led solutions enable you to attract and retain the right talent.
Stay ahead of your competition by better understanding the talent landscape and using insight to inform your decisions.
We provide up-to-date intelligence to shape your talent strategies through a range of services underpinned by our in-depth online, phone and face-to-face research.
How we help
Our offering is tailored to your specific goals and requirement, providing complete flexibility while maximising quality and value. Our services include:
Research to gain insight into the talent landscape and aid the development of you talent strategy, including:
Research to understand key trends and insight into a particular talent market
Brand perception analysis
Find out what the external talent market thinks of your employer brand and monitor how this changes over time
Benchmarking & Best Practice
What are your competitors doing to attract and retain talent? We collate and compare up-to-date information on pay and reward packages within specific skill areas and locations.
research around candidates to complement references and pre-employment screening
Diversity & Inclusion
intelligence to support D&I strategies and build diverse talent pools
Insight into the talent landscape within specific cities, towns or regions e.g. understand competition and availability of talent, office locations to attract and retain.
Talent research to support your single, multiple and on-going recruitment needs at executive and senior management level, including:
Identification and intelligence around talent in a particular field.
Search & engagement
Supporting internal talent acquisition teams in the sourcing and engagement of individuals to long-list stage.
Succession planning & management
Identification of your talent gaps and potential internal and external talent to support succession strategies.
Using the network of professionals from across New Street Group, we can find experienced Mentors to assist in coaching and development of critical personnel.
Partnering with SHL, we use the Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ) to assess how an individual’s behavioural style impacts their suitability for a particular role.