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A firm’s choices of employment practices determine its short and long-run organisational performance (OP). These cluster employment practices, termed “Human resource management”, are the strategic approach for dealing an organization's workforce. The study aims to investigate the connection between talent acquisition strategies (TAS) and organizational performance (OP), focusing on the best practices, namely Employer brand, Workforce analytics, and talent technology, that enhance this relationship. The objectives of the study are to identify the key components of effective talent acquisition strategies, examine their impact on organizational performance, and explore the underlying mechanisms that drive this relationship. The research has adopted a comprehensive overview of 12 recent research publications to evaluate the relationship between Talent Acquisition strategy and organisational performance with employer branding, workforce analytics and talent technology as mediating factors.