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Time To Think Ahead


As the holiday season approaches, many businesses tend to postpone their hiring activities, but this might not be the most strategic approach. In fact, now is an opportune time to evaluate your talent acquisition needs and set the stage for a smooth transition into the upcoming year.

Here are three reasons why you should consider focusing on talent acquisition during this holiday season:

  • Leveraging Holiday Networking: The holiday season is a time when people often reconnect with their professional networks. It presents a perfect opportunity to reach out and gather updates from your contacts. During these conversations, you might stumble upon a prospective candidate who is contemplating a career move. This is a valuable chance to identify the ideal candidate who may be open to new opportunities.

  • Uncovering Hidden Potential: While many individuals may not actively seek a career change during the holidays, they could be in a reflecting on their career goals. When approached with the right opportunity, these individuals might find the prospect of a fresh start in the New Year appealing. By initiating conversations and presenting enticing opportunities now, you can tap into this latent talent pool.

  • Reduced Competition in the Market: During the holiday season, several companies and organizations tend to put their hiring on hold, leading to a temporary reduction in competition for top talent. Seizing this moment can give your organization a competitive advantage in the marketplace. With fewer companies actively recruiting, you are more likely to attract and secure the top candidates before your competitors resume their hiring activities.

Rather than deferring your talent acquisition efforts, consider embracing the holiday season as an advantageous time to build connections, unearth hidden talent, and gain a competitive edge in the job market. By doing so, you can position your organization for a successful start in the New Year.


If you are ready to hire or need help with your C-Suite talent acquisition or strategy, we’d love to talk! Email Paul, Brent, Troy, or Tara, or give us a call at 519-673-3463 or 416-847-0036.

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