June 2008
People Management;6/12/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p14
The article reports that twelve of Hampshire's 15 local authorities have jointly developed Hampshire Talent Bank, a recruitment web site that advertise all of their vacancies in one place. After a candidate has filled in their application details, they can choose to have those details stored in the site, which allows authorities to match skills against future job roles. Candidates can choose which authorities are able to access their details, potentially putting themselves in line for a number of jobs despite having submitted their details only once.


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