With the rapid expansion of TELUS International’s business, including multiple acquisitions and new delivery centers, there was mounting pressure on the Talent Acquisition team to provide timely and accurate talent data. The manual process of investigating each line of business, analyzing salaries, assessing candidate experience, and factoring in human capital information was cumbersome and inefficient.
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Industry: Telecommunications Mass Media
Headquarters: Hock, United Kingdom
Resource Solutions is a provider of Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) and Managed Service Provider (MSP) solutions.
With a global footprint across 29 countries, they work in close partnership with organisations and manage everything from global accounts with demanding resourcing strategies to single sites with lower recruitment volumes.
The company currently source and recruit for clients in over 60 countries, manage a recruitment budget of over £2 billion and hire tens of thousands of employees each year.
Nationwide Building Society is a British mutual financial institution, the seventh-largest cooperative financial institution and the most well-known building society in the world with over 15 million members.
Nationwide is now the second-largest provider of household savings and mortgages in the UK. For the financial year 2015/2016, Nationwide had assets of around £208.9 billion compared to £331 billion for the entire building society sector, making it more extensive than the remaining 44 British building societies combined.
Network Rail needed to examine the rail industry at a skill level and expand beyond using current data sources that only recognized people that worked for them using their own job titles.