5 tips on preparing a talent strategy to support incoming investment
- Plan ahead
The key to managing your evolving company is to know where your investments are coming from and when the funds will be available to you. It’s important to plan your financial investment well in advance in order to produce an accurate forecast for the future. We recommend acknowledging your investment sources at least three months prior, in order to forecast for the next 6 to 12 months.
- Evaluate risk vs reward
Evaluating and understanding the best move for the expansion of your team is essential. Assessing whether your route to building the perfect team requires the must-have permanent hires or senior team members, vs the hiring flexible freelance teams and contractors. Understanding your unique hiring needs will help you effectively manage your investment funds.
- Know the market
Enlisting the help of a partner like us at Mirai can help you scale quickly, efficiently and prove to be more cost effective in the long run. We know the ever-evolving landscape like the back of our hand and can communicate what options are available to you in order to help your team expand and thrive through the implementation of our robust hiring strategy.
- Make temporary solutions work for you
Maximise the available opportunity of rapid response freelance teams or highly-skilled contractors that can hit the ground running to get your productivity back on track. Not every hiring solution has to be a permanent one, and we can provide you with the resources you need to make succinct temporary hire work for you.
- Manage temporary and remote staff effectively
We know that the way our teams operate has intensely diversified over the last few years due to COVID-19, which has proven that your workforce can be just as productive off-site as they are in-house. When it comes to managing temporary and remote staff effectively, the bottom line is always open communication and crafting genuine connections, which in-turn will ensure that every member of your team fulfils their obligations and feels fulfilled within their job role.