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The Top 15 Fascinating Hiring Statistics for 2017

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With a new year always comes new changes in the job market with regard to what recruiters are looking for and what marketable skills potential hirees can contribute to the workforce. As follows are 15 statistics for 2017 that are helpful to acknowledge and consider when approaching the hiring process as a recruiter or potential applicant for a position in a workforce: In 2017, 3.6 Hiring for these two qualities will become increasingly important. Source: MRInetwork )

How to design a fully functional hiring process in IT

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According to Global HR Research ,“66% of companies make a bad hiring decision each year”. . As Les McKeown, CEO of Predictable Success argues in a remarkable post How to Hire Great People – Every Time , “ the success of your business is in the hands of your people. In other words, bad hiring affects your organizational outcomes, big time. . Why are so many companies still making hiring mistakes, and can you prevent these mistakes from happening? SOURCING.

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15 Vital Recruiting Facts Every Hiring Manager Must Know

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As a hiring manager, you need all the help you can get finding a solid new hire. But at least you’re not going in blind—each year, new statistics give insights into the job market that you can use to come up with a strategy and game plan for your recruitment campaigns. Hiring managers have to sort through pools of under-qualified candidates to find top talent, compete with other companies to attract them, and deal with mountains of administrative work (e.g.,

17 Crucial Recruiting Statistics for 2016

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Recruiting statistics. Doesn’t sound like the subject of a particularly exciting blog post does it? Looking at recruiting statistics helps us Understand how our industry is moving forward, pretty essential for guiding your outlook, strategy and decision-making process. Here are the HR and recruiting statistics and best practices that you need to know in 2016: Employer branding matters: the statistics. Source ). Source ). Source ).

Thanks for the nudge!

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Source: : Bersin, Deloitte Consulting LLP, 2019. For example, an organization with extensive new-hire statistics can look at multiple variables to identify gaps in hiring. After analysis of new-hire data, the organization finds its diversity is not as inclusive as previously believed. Increasing the diversity of new hires thus becomes an organizational action item, achieved by mitigating hiring manager biases. appeared first on Capital H Blog.