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AUTHOR: Rachel Suff
In this report on the XpertHR recruitment cost management
survey 2011, we look at the steps that some employers have taken to reduce their
recruitment expenditure and analyse the most effective measures.
On this page:No steps taken to reduce
recruitment spendRecruitment areas ripe for cost
cuttingChart 1: Recruitment areas where employers have
taken cost-control measures Making efficiencies:
vacancy filling Making efficiencies:
resourcesChart 2: Cost-control methods
- resourcesMaking efficiencies: recruitment
advertisingChart 3: Cost-control methods
- recruitment advertisingMaking efficiencies:
recruitment advertising alternativesMaking efficiencies:
application proceduresChart 4: Cost-control methods
- application proceduresMaking efficiencies:
selectionChart 5: Cost-control methods
- selectionMaking efficiencies: third-party
providersChart 6: Cost-control methods for suppliers
- employment/recruitment agenciesChart 7:
Cost-control methods for suppliers - search and selection agencies
(headhunters)Chart 8: Cost-control methods for
suppliers - recruitment advertising agenciesMost
effective measures for reducing costsValue of cost
savingsChart 9: Success of employers' cost-control
measuresMost effective measures for improving
recruitmentBox 1: Feedback and top tips on cost-control
methods for recruitmentAlternatives to
recruitmentFuture recruitment prospectsChart 10: Percentage by which employers plan to reduce
recruitment costs in next 12 monthsOur
researchAdditional resources on XpertHR.
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