Latest news from Harrier
Harrier Human Capital (Harrier) has added its voice to the growing call for equal marriage rights for all consenting Australians by signing up to the Australian Marriage Equality Committee.
Harrier is one of over 1,000 Australian corporations, local businesses, councils, non-profits and other organisations who have written open letters lobbying the government for equal marriage rights.
To read the press release and CEO Kelly Quirk’s comments, click here: harrier-media-release-harrier-backs-the-australian-marriage-equality-committee.
To join the campaign, please click here.
In the second of our interview series with senior business leaders, we talk to Jacqui Alder, who has recently launched the website, Bitch in the City™, an interactive site for women in the workplace. Jacqui has worked in several countries for a broad spectrum of organisations, ranging from top tier multi-nationals to government and SMEs, and is often approached by women needing support to deal with ‘bitchiness’ from their female colleagues. The website was founded to provide women with tips and tools, a platform to share experiences and to reach out for help. Read the interview here: interview-2-jacqui-alder
Harrier Human Capital (Harrier) is pleased to announce the launch of its new Sourcing Hub. A highly scalable, agile solution, the Sourcing Hub complements internal recruitment functions and onsite Harrier RPO teams to support clients’ seasonal peaks, project wins or campaign recruitment needs.
The Sourcing Hub is an on-demand recruitment service that can ramp up on short notice and offers project recruitment solutions that can be unbundled. Whether it’s supporting sourcing, interviewing, pre-employment screening or talent mapping activities, or delivering an end-to-end recruitment project, Harrier’s Sourcing Hub enables clients to access the elements of talent acquisition they need, when they need them.
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There are very few businesses that can claim every Australian as their customer – unless you are one of the nation’s largest supermarkets. SEEK Insights & Resources talks to Coles’ Head of Talent Acquisition, Christine Connor, about the reality that every candidate is also a customer. Read the article here.