Diagnostic Tool

If you would like to check the effectiveness of your resourcing strategy, complete this short diagnostic questionnaire to help determine what you do well and whether there are any gaps.

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Engagement

Individuals choose to join an organisation for an increasingly wide range of reasons: corporate reputation and culture, the way they are treated during the recruitment process, the people they meet and the financial and non-financial rewards that they are promised.

Ochre House can help to make the sourcing and hiring process more effective by addressing all aspects of the joining decision through its ever-growing portfolio of tools and practices including:

  • Developing the right culture - Ochre House helps organisations to show the compelling aspects of their cultures to prospective employees through values audits, perception research, internal communication and training and PR.
  • Capability and competency frameworks - Ochre House takes clients through rigorous and in-depth processes to identify the skill-sets, wider abilities and personal attributes that will ensure the right ‘fit’ between organisation and individual.
  • On-boarding - For a new employee, particularly one at a senior level or in a highly specialist area, to become effective in the shortest possible time, an organisation needs to engage at the earliest possible opportunity. We work with individual hires to smooth the transition from one employer to another, minimising culture shock and specifying expectations amongst all relevant stakeholders.
  • Employee surveys - Does a workforce’s perception of an organisation match up to its public face? Employee surveys provide the information that can help to shape a company's culture, that will both attract and retain the best people.

Find out more about the way we work or read what some of our current clients say about the Ochre House approach or get in touch.

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