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Winning the Global Talent War with Jonathan Romley

Winning the Global Talent War with Jonathan Romley

By Jonathan Romley
How can companies address the skills shortage before it’s too late? This is the question Jonathan Romley asks global HR and talent acquisition leaders at the world’s leading and most promising companies.

There has been a revolution in recruiting that has democratized access to employing people in a way that didn't exist before. Tune in for hard won insights to help you win the global talent war.

Your host Jonathan Romley is the leading expert on borderless talent. Having built successful companies on three continents, today he is the co-founder and CEO of Lundi.
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Unleashing the Potential of Recruitment – Manjuri Sinha, OLX Group
You can’t hire without people who do the hiring! The competition to attract top talent is heating up. Recruitment is now a candidate-driven market, and employers around the world are having a hard time filling roles. This is also true when hiring talent acquisition professionals. New data shows that in 2021 there were more roles listed for recruiters on LinkedIn than for software engineers. In this episode, Jonathan Romley speaks with Manjuri Sinha, Global Head of Talent Acquisition at OLX Group. She has more than 17 years of international industry experience, gathered with high-profile companies such as Accenture and Zalando. Manjuri loves the pace and excitement of scaling. Her target is to scale OLX by more than one-thousand people over the next 12 months. To meet this objective, Manjuri is not only using a data-driven approach, but she also has put a lot of thought into building and retaining a successful talent acquisition team. Her vision is a company where everyone feels like a recruiter. In this episode we talk about: How talent acquisition has changed recently. What skills the future TA professional must have. How to attract and retain recruiters for your company. And why AI will never replace the human connection in recruiting. Get in touch with Jonathan on LinkedIn:  linkedin.com/in/jonathanromley
21:24
January 07, 2022
Global Mobility and the Democratization of Opportunity – Mark Hedley, Globalization Partners
"25 years ago, we were moving people to work. Today we can move work to people", bringing opportunities to smaller companies and knowledge workers anywhere in the world. Even start-ups can tap into global talent in a way that was once reserved for multinational companies with global footprints and deep pockets. In this episode Jonathan Romley speaks with Mark Hedley, Vice President of Talent Recruiting for Globalization Partners. Mark helps businesses access global remote talent to scale internationally. International labor mobility is a passion for Mark who has lived and worked on four continents. He has extensive experience on both the client and the provider side of talent acquisition and HR outsourcing, having served in senior global and regional roles with Korn Ferry, Deutsche Bank, Citibank, and leading HR outsourcing and global mobility firms. In this episode we talk about: How talent acquisition and global expansion have changed in the past 25 years. What it is like to be today's remote global employee. The change that technology is driving and how the pandemic has affected global businesses differently. How to attract and retain top talent. Get in touch with Jonathan on LinkedIn:  linkedin.com/in/jonathanromley
21:03
December 17, 2021
Scaling Your Business Sustainably – Matthias Schmeißer, Beamery Talent Lifecycle Management
Scaling is the easy part. The hard part is finding the perfect approach to grow your headcount sustainably. You can’t simply copy and paste what the big players are doing, you need to adapt your hiring process to your company’s goals and vision. In this episode, Jonathan Romley speaks with Matthias Schmeißer, Director of Talent at Beamery since April 2021. Matthias is a data-driven talent acquisition leader on a mission to put talent transformation at the heart of every business. Matthias previously held senior roles at Scout24 and Zalando, where he developed his passion for growing people into future leaders. In this episode we talk about: How to grow headcount sustainably. The challenges that companies face when hiring across borders. How to design your recruitment experience like a product. Get in touch with Jonathan on LinkedIn:  linkedin.com/in/jonathanromley
20:44
November 19, 2021
Growing Your Company Into a Global Powerhouse – Anna Brandt, Invested
There are 400,000 jobs for recruiters advertised on LinkedIn – roughly the same number of job openings for software engineers. Rapidly growing companies, in particular, feel the pressure to get their recruitment right. In this episode, Jonathan Romley speaks with Anna Brandt, co-founder of Invested. Anna is a truly global talent leader and is among the most respected HR leaders in the European tech industry. Previously she helped scale fast-growing organizations such as Uber, Zalando, N26, and Mollie. At her new venture co-founded with Noor van Boven, Invested, Anna focuses on growing sustainable businesses with real impact. Tune in and find out • How to prepare your company for hypergrowth and smart global recruiting • The importance of employee wellbeing and benefits to attracting talent • The best time to start building your employer brand Connect with Jonathan: linkedin.com/in/jonathanromley
23:58
November 12, 2021
Hiring Top Talent for a High-growth Company – Tony Jamous, Oyster
90 million job vacancies – that's how many there are in the Western world right now, more than ever before. The economical loss of businesses' inability to fill open positions amounts to a staggering 10 trillion dollars. At the same time there are 1.5 billion knowledge workers joining the job market mainly from emerging economies. The solution: we need global labor mobility that is virtual and borderless. This will unleash economic growth and offer opportunities for employees around the world. But the democratization of opportunity comes with many challenges. In this episode Jonathan Romley speaks with Tony Jamous, CEO and founder of Oyster. Tony is a truly global citizen, who experienced the trials and tribulations of relocating for better opportunities. With Oyster he is on a mission to create a more equal world.  Tune in and find out • The biggest challenges in finding and retaining talent for a rapidly scaling company • How to lift employee wellbeing in a distributed workforce • Tony’s views on the changes in recruiting and leadership in the next 5 years Connect with Jonathan: linkedin.com/in/jonathanromley
20:37
November 04, 2021
Winning the Global Talent War - Season 1 Trailer
The global war for talent is heating up. Many of the best companies never grow into global powerhouses because they increasingly struggle to attract top talent. The skills gap is becoming the bottle neck that throttles growth. How can companies address the skills shortage before it’s too late? This is the question Jonathan Romley asks global HR and talent acquisition leaders at the world’s leading and most promising companies. There has been a revolution in recruiting that has democratized access to employing people in a way that didn't exist before. Tune in for hard won insights to help you win the global talent war. Your host Jonathan Romley is the leading expert on borderless talent. Having built successful companies on three continents, today he is the co-founder and CEO of Lundi. Lundi helps companies scale their global hiring by finding the best talent, anywhere. HelloLundi.com
00:56
August 12, 2021