European workforce strategy specialist TalentIn has opened a UK office as part of their international network.


European workforce strategy specialist TalentIn has opened a UK office to support UK Headquartered companies with their local and international Workforce Management challenges.

TalentIn has announced that Dugald McIntosh has joined them as a Managing Partner. TalentIn are independent workforce Strategy Advisors operating across Europe.

Ron Bosma, co-founder and Managing Partner at TalentIn: “We are delighted Dugald is joining us. He is recognised in the industry as a leader in workforce management and will be launching our UK office to support TalentIn’s clients based in the UK”.
Previously Dugald held Executive roles within ManpowerGroup and Capita where he was responsible for their workforce solutions business (MSP & RPO) across EMEA.

Dugald McIntosh: “After working for the world’s largest recruitment outsourcing companies for 15 years, I’ve decided to switch sides to directly help clients design their Talent Acquisition strategy and buy recruitment services and technology better. I have joined TalentIn because it is the leading European consultancy firm in this field. They have developed a methodology which helps clients understand where they are now and to design a workforce strategy which helps them solve the talent challenges they face in the future. Furthermore they provide support in implementing the strategy and make it work! TalentIn also has an established network of experts across the UK and Europe who we can deploy to help our clients deliver their results”.

TalentIn was established in 2017 to help clients respond to the changing world of work. A single approach to engagement of talent is not sufficient anymore to keep your Workforce Strategy empowered. So finding the right mix of processes, services and technology is crucial. TalentIn guides their clients through this complex challenge to come to their most optimal Workforce Strategy solution.

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