Many organisations are facing challenges with recruitment and retention, with higher expectations from employees surrounding issues such as pay and hybrid working following the COVID-19 pandemic and cost-of-living crisis. This analysis explores recruitment practices and how organisations are adjusting their approach to secure the talent they need.
Being transparent with pay can have positive effects for organisations in both recruitment and retention, as well as helping to reduce inequality. This analysis explores organisations' approaches towards transparency in job adverts and the benefits experienced from including this information. It also investigates the differences in the gender pay gap by approach to pay transparency.
XpertHR research explores current activity in the UK labour market, including recruitment metrics and key challenges for employers in retaining employees.
XpertHR research looks at the current state of the UK recruitment market and provides data on key metrics that can help organisations benchmark the efficiency of their recruitment process.
XpertHR's key recruitment metrics survey for 2019/2020 examines the latest trends and challenges in the UK recruitment market.
With UK employment rates at record levels, latest XpertHR research reveals a competitive recruitment market - with extensive skills shortages in many areas, particularly IT and managerial roles. Faced with such challenges, many employers are turning to social media to attract and screen potential candidates.
As the class of 2018 enters the world of work, XpertHR research provides an overview of graduate recruitment, retention and reward in 2018/2019.
XpertHR's annual research reports on key recruitment metrics, including cost- and time-to-hire, and finds that skills shortages and quality of applicants remain an issue in a strong labour market.
XpertHR's 2016 metrics survey examines the latest trends and challenges in a competitive recruitment market.
Social media is now an established recruitment tool, with the majority of organisations surveyed using at least one social media channel.
Survey analysis: HR and legal information and guidance relating to candidate attraction.
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