Chris LakeTalent management and resourcing lead
Talent management and resourcing lead in the HR team
Leading the design, development and implementation of a strategic approach to talent management and resourcing for Anthony Collins Solicitors.
- Development and implementation of an effective internal talent management strategy;
- Ensuring effective communication of the ACS People Proposition to the market, including the design and implementation phases of the EVP;
- Design and implementation of a compelling strategy for current and future resourcing needs;
- Ensuring the end to end candidate experience and recruitment and selection processes are positive, innovative and effective;
- Creation and implementation of organisational design improvements.
An experienced CIPD qualified talent management and resourcing specialist, with a demonstrated history of developing and implementing effective internal and external resourcing strategies and talent management strategies within the legal sector.
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This ebriefing considers the Government’s proposals to simplify the procurement procedures, as set out in Chapter 3 of the Green Paper entitled “Using the right procurement procedures”.
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