If you work in the human resources industry, then you’d be familiar with talent acquisition. Talent acquisition is the process of hiring a professional for a needed company or resource.
HR professionals have a keen eye when it comes to searching for the right kind of people for the right kind of job, which in that position can be difficult at times. That’s why there is a day dedicated just to them and it’s called Global Talent Acquisition Day! Read more to learn about what this holiday is all about and how you can celebrate it.
History of Global Talent Acquisition Day
Talent acquisition takes is a unique profession because they are not only skilled in sourcing tactics, assessments, and standards but also build employment brand standards for companies to work off of.
As a profession, it is closely aligned with marketing, and many global organizations recruit globally through talent acquisition specialists and allow them to craft unique company messages to attract potential employees.
These recruiting professionals often move between agencies, but are solely responsible for sourcing talent and bringing qualified candidates to the company as well as employee retention and career progression.
The holiday itself was created and founded by the KRT Marketing agency, an agency that provides talent acquisition services to companies all over the world. They decided to label “Global Talent Acquisition Day” as an opportunity to recognize talent acquisition professionals for their hard work. According to KRT Marketing, many companies wouldn’t have labor today if it wasn’t for talent acquisition team working hard with companies to ensure new employees.
How to celebrate Global Talent Acquisition Day
So, if you want to thank a talent acquisition specialist for their hard work, then thank them through social media. Use the hashtag #GlobalTADay to let everyone know that you recognize, appreciate and thank them for their hard work.
You can also go to the KRT Marketing website and find graphic posters that they have that you can use in your social media posts. If you also work in a big company and know someone who works in talent acquisition, then thank them by sending them a card, a small gift, or inviting them to a night out of drinking with you and your friends.