Johnson & Johnson's New HR Model

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Hudson Cases Hiring a Team of Seven for Johnson & Johnson 's New HR Model The client for this case is Johnson & Johnson and they were working on a new human resource model. The main focus for the new human resource model is to improve interactions in the way the company attracts new talent and try to increase the experience for the hiring manager as well as the candidate while building on the employer brand. One of the main challenges for this case was hiring a team of seven in a three month timespan. The other challenges were finding qualified individuals who would mesh well with the company as a whole. Hudson listened to the company and worked with the hiring manager to form better insight on what was being asked of them. They conducted the meetings with all potential candidates and took to heart what Johnson & Johnson really wanted in their employees. As a result, the…show more content…
Four candidates qualified and were presented for a second interview. The first Associate Director was hired within three months. A list of candidates for the second senior level appointment. The key requirement was to recruit two individuals with specialist backgrounds and the capability to drive the business forward. This formed the basis of their recruitment strategy following the successful startup into the energy sector. Two New Strategies for Energy Experts required for UK-wide Consultancy I think for this case that Hudson could have used the strategy of profiling their client’s best employees for the two jobs they were looking to fill. They recruited all around London and surrounding towns but never once looked at the employees they currently had to see if someone qualified or was interested if they did qualify. I think it’s always a good thing to hire inside your own company to let them expand inside the company. If your employees like the company, they work for they normally will work harder to move up and get the necessary training

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