Unlock new talent: how can you integrate social action in recruitment?

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Document type
Guide
Corporate author(s)
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Publisher
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Date of publication
3 July 2015
Subject(s)
People management: all aspects of managing people
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This guide outlines why employers should integrate social action such as volunteering, fundraising or campaigning, into their entry-level recruitment processes. It highlights some of the key business benefits and also explains how it can be done.

Drawing from in-depth interviews with 11 case study organisations the guide brings together a range of practical tips from employers. These are designed to cater to organisations of any size, from starting the journey of embedding social action into recruitment to completely revolutionising recruitment practices.

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