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Resourcing Solutions to launch Resourcing International at MENA Rail 2011

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Resourcing Solutions are launching Resourcing International at the 2011 MENA Rail conference in Abu Dhabi taking place on 20th – 21st September.

As the talent landscape changes, organisations need to be ever more innovative in identifying and attracting the best candidates.

Resourcing International is an advisory consultancy in talent management strategy boasting a wealth of knowledge in current and planned global infrastructure projects and the impact on labour availability.

Resourcing International develop strategic policies in skills gap identification analysis, talent management including employment brand, candidate attractions programmes, on-boarding and retention.

Resourcing International provides strategic advice to companies on how to gain a competitive advantage when skills searching from talent pools.

Its talent management strategies offers companies a clear insight into the skills market, where it’s heading and how to be the employer of choice.

Richard Lawrance, Chief Executive Officer of Resourcing International says:

“In a candidate short market, with fierce competition for the best skills, the global war for talent is being fought out among 10% of active job seekers.

“Resourcing International, in conjunction with Resourcing Solutions focus on the 90% ‘passive’ candidate talent pools and use our expertise to source and incubate these workers ensuring their availability in line with our clients project timelines.”

Richard will be a keynote speaker at the 2011 MENA Rail conference in Abu Dhabi.

He will be discussing the ‘War for Talent’ and resourcing challenges that infrastructure projects that the Middle East and other Global projects face.

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