With the fall season well underway and what looks to be the busiest holiday season since before the pandemic just around the corner, talent acquisition activity may not be top of mind for many organizations at the moment. But if your organization anticipates needing new talent in 2023, consider these five reasons why now is the optimal time to begin your hiring process. (image from ShutterStock)
With the fall season well underway, and what looks to be the busiest holiday season since before the pandemic just around the corner, talent acquisition activity may not be top of mind for many organizations at the moment. In fact, many of our clients are wrapping up end of year business functions, including budgeting and open enrollment, so it’s not surprising to find that they don’t consider the fourth quarter to be an ideal time to hire for key roles. But if your organization anticipates needing new talent in 2023, consider these five reasons why now is the optimal time to begin your hiring process:
Furthermore, OMNI’s unique model offers five ways to ensure that your organization gets the maximum results out of investing in a search now:
With so many factors at play in today’s job market – talent scarcity, the economy, and the holidays, to name just a few – your organization can’t afford not to make the most of any potential competitive advantages. Get a jump-start on your talent acquisition and recruitment needs for 2023; OMNI’s top-notch executive search team can help you start sourcing potential candidates now, so that you can find the right fit for your organization, whatever the role may be.
Michelle Anderson has cultivated a vast network of strategic contacts that supports her talent acquisition practice at OMNI. Her focus as OMNI’s Vice President of Executive Search is working exclusively on C-level and senior management engagements within a variety of industries, including banking/financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, and nonprofit. With several hundred senior- and executive-level searches successfully completed since joining OMNI in 2007, Michelle’s outstanding performance has assisted in the significant growth of our recruitment practice. Michelle serves her community as a Board member of Jackson County CASA and on the Johnson County Advisory Committee for the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault.
Jennifer Gross-Statler, Marketing & Communications Manager, comes to us with over 20 years’ experience as a nonprofit professional. Her background includes four years as Executive Director of a Connecticut nonprofit with a state mandate to evaluate state-funded mental health programs, assess strengths and unmet needs, and make recommendations for improvements. She brings valuable expertise to OMNI in community and media relations, marketing and branding, project management, and strategic planning. Jennifer is a graduate of The College of William & Mary.