Recruitment Effectiveness Assessment
Following years of research, Omni’s consulting team have developed a proven methodology and assessment tool – the REA. Delivered as either a 360-consultant led assessment or a self-assessment, the REA audits an organisation’s end-to-end resourcing practice and benchmarks results against best practice, derived from our extensive research along with our partnership with the CIPD and its annual Talent and Resourcing Survey.
The REA is the ultimate health check for an organisation’s resourcing strategy and drives the development of improvement plans, aligning resourcing practice to business success.
Omni’s model identifies four maturity stages of resourcing best practice with ‘Risk’ at Level 1, rising to ‘Strategic Enabler’ at Level 4. These levels are used to benchmark an organisation’s resourcing maturity against four key categories: D&I, People, Technology, Process with 16 essential elements assessed in total.
The maturity stages are progressive and should be prioritised according to the overarching strategic requirements of your wider business and aligned People/HR strategy.
Omni’s Research-based Recruitment Effectiveness Assessment Tool (REA).
Omni’s consultants have over two decades of experiences in developing inclusive resourcing strategy. Our combination of research, consultancy and best practice know-how, together with our partnership with the CIPD, has resulted in the unique REA methodology. The REA can support you in three ways:
Option One - 360 assessment
Competed by Omni’s consultants to audit, by gaining insight into a business D&I resourcing maturity from desktop research, surveys, focus group meetings and interviews with key stakeholders, recent hires and candidates. Findings are assessed next to Omni’s maturity model and Insight is provided in key areas of strength and areas in need of development are identified in a detailed report, along with recommendations presented in an actionable roadmap to Resourcing Transformation, in line with an organisations overall D&I strategy.
The benefits of Omni’s 360 assessment
Rapid, and objective feedback into existing D&I resourcing practice allowing for the development of an actional road map to support transformational change
Option Two – One day virtual workshop
where Omni’s consultants share the methodology with a business’s Resourcing Leaders and/or Team which allows for a ‘self-audit assessment’ assessed next to Omni’s benchmarks for the 16 key elements of D&I resourcing effectiveness.
The benefits of Omni’s REA workshop
Rapid and cost-effective assessment into existing resourcing practice allowing for immediate review of change priorities for an existing Resourcing Team
Option Three – Omni’s consulting and coaching service
Unlike other assessments, Omni’s REA journey, post-assessment, is supported by a dedicated consultant, supporting a business or TA leader with their Recruitment Transformation roadmap projects. Our consultants support businesses to action development areas from the core 16 elements by either managing key projects directly or working alongside an existing team to coach them, all with the outcome of driving overall resourcing maturity and success of a business D&I strategy.
The benefits of Omni’s consulting and coaching service
Expert knowledge to ensure that inclusive resourcing change happens, and an organisation makes a significant change into its ability to recruit effectively and achieve business success. The service allows internal teams to focus on business as usual, as well as maintain focus on improvements.
Take our free mini-assessment!
You can take our REA assessment to identify your current strengths and development areas and receive a free report on how to improve on two of the 16 core elements – try it now and receive a report instantly.
Want to find out more?
It can be difficult to know where to begin, or how to improve your resourcing maturity and Omni’s REA has been developed with this in mind. To find out more about how the REA can support your business, get in touch and talk to one of our consultants today.
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