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Asia Pacific – Companies seeking to win the best talent in the market should compete on a new recruitment battlefield which involves advanced talent acquisition and assessment practices, new technologies and use of social media.

This is why recruitment firms assist HR professionals in shaping a company’s competitive advantage and in executing modern and effective hiring processes. Which recruitment firms do this best and how they do it?

Their winning strategies will be unveiled at the HR Vendors of the Year Awards in November and December.

“Organisations should ramp up their hiring tactics, from spotting potential candidates to pre-employment tests and checks, if they want to attract people with high sets of skills and values,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources.

“So with the help of specialists in recruitment and talent acquisition, HR is more empowered in terms of engaging the management in their new approaches while addressing the needs of their ideal workforce.”

At the HR Vendors of the Year Awards last year, those who shone in the recruitment and talent acquisition category included Adecco Personnel, Capita, Hays, Kelly Services, Michael Page, Recruit Express, and Robert Walters.

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“Our jury is composed of seasoned HR practitioners who have seen things come, go and grow in the industry,” said Darren Beck, regional producer at Human Resources.

“There’s no doubt they would award recruiters they consider champions in competently pursuing what’s new in talent attraction strategy.”

The HR Vendors of the Year Awards is based on a two-tier selection process. Category finalists will be decided by research on the vendor preferences of HR managers in Asia.

The winners will be judged by an esteemed jury of over 60 regional heads of HR from around Asia. Companies represented on the HR Vendors of the Year Awards jury are the most respected Fortune 500 organisations and some of the biggest employers in Asia.

Past HR Vendors of the Year Awards winners are the leading HR solutions providers in Asia: Accenture, AcuMed, Adecco, ADP, AIA, AIRINC, Allied Pickfords, Aon Hewitt, Ascott, Asian Tigers, Aviva, AXA, Capita, CareerBuilder, Carrots, Cartus, CCL, Cornerstone, Crown, Dale Carnegie, DDI, Deloitte, Fragomen, Frasers Hospitality, Fullerton Healthcare, GMP, Great Eastern, Hay Group, Heidrick & Struggles, HRM3, HRnet One, HSBC, Hudson, IBM, Insead, Jardine Lloyd Thompson, JobsDB, Jobstreet, Kaplan, KCS, Kelly Services, Korn/Ferry, Lee Hecht Harrison, LinkedIn, Manpower, McKinsey, Mercer, Michael Page, Monster, NeXT Career, NTUC Income, NUS, Oracle, Pan Pacific, Parkway Shenton, Prudential, PwC, Raffles Medical, Ranstad, Recruit Express, RGF, Right Management, Robert Walters, Saba, Sage Software, Santa Fe, SAP, Sirva, Skillsoft, SMU, Stone Forest AccountServe, SuccessFactors, Talent2, Towers Watson, Unit4, Workday.

For more information on the HR Vendors of the Year Awards and to review the award categories, judging panel and to download the entry kit please visit www.hrvendorsawards.com or contact one of the following members of the Human Resources magazine team:

– Hong Kong: Darren Beck, darrenb@humanresourcesonline.net or Tel: +65 6423 0329

– Kuala Lumpur: Sharissa Chan, sharissac@humanresourcesonline.net or Tel: +65 6423 0329

– Singapore: Nikita Erpini, nikitae@humanresourcesonline.net or Tel: +65 6423 0329



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