- New York City (United States of America)
- Genève (Switzerland)
- Washington, D. C. (United States of America)
- Nairobi (Kenya)
- London (United Kingdom)
- Amman (Jordan)
- Paris (France)
- Juba (South-Sudan)
- Manila (Philippines)
- The Hague (the Netherlands)
It is several Headquarters locations in the top of the list, but more field locations would have made sense given the recent refugee crisis.
- One explanation, but far from the whole true is that many organizations recently moved into roster recruitments instead of posting single jobs. In statistics like this, a roster counts as one position allthough several recruits from the same job. This may impact the results for some field locations that we had expected says Magnus Bucht.
But Magnus does not believe that roster is the whole truth. - No, it is certainly not the whole truth. However, I think many organizations would hope that roster is the answer, but unfortunetly most organization's rosters are inefficient. In many cases it is just a list of assessed talents sitting in an excel-sheet, that sheet gets obsolet quickly. Todays roster has low return-on-investment and the number of recruitments per roster is also fewer than the potential it has, as many talents assessed are already being picked up by other employers before the talent comes in question for a position part of the roster.
Impactpool has started to work with a few organizations to increase the efficiency of rosters and one thing we ensure is that the applicants on the roster is available to take on assignments. Our pools are easy to manage and a key to success is to frequently engage with the talents in the pool to both prepare them and to ensure they are available when an opportunity arise.
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