XpertHR research provides data on key recruitment metrics that can help employers benchmark the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of their organisation's recruitment process.
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.
The latest XpertHR research reveals a competitive UK recruitment market, with extensive skills shortages in many areas - particularly engineering, marketing and IT. Meanwhile, employers are increasingly moving online to find suitable job candidates and to process their applications.
This summary report of our XpertHR survey on using digital media for recruitment finds that employers' main use of job boards is to advertise vacancies and drive applicants to either their own websites or to the HR department. Respondents are positive about the benefits of using job boards, particularly in increasing their reach to a wider field of potential candidates, although HR practitioners' recruitment workload has not reduced as a result of using commercial recruitment sites.
Survey analysis: HR and legal information and guidance relating to candidate attraction.
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