50 HR & Recruiting Stats Talent Acquisition Pros Need to Know

50 HR & Recruiting Stats Talent Acquisition Pros Need to Know

Employer branding, employee engagement and social recruiting are impacting talent acquisition professionals’ ability to hire great talent.

GlassdoorBut sourcing the latest and greatest metrics in each category to make the business case for recruiting initiatives and strategies is a chore.  Wouldn’t it be great if you could streamline your efforts?  Let us make it easier.

 

So we’ve done it for you, curating our favorites from a variety of key sources, including Glassdoor surveys, for these and other important trends like mobile and Millennials.  Thanks for joining us.  In this webinar you will learn lots.  A good employee is hard to come by.  You have to make sure that you are sourcing in the correct talent pools.   How do we qualify our candidates if we don’t know anything about them?

For example, did you know that:

  • 64% of Millennials would rather make $40K a year at a job they love, than $100K a year at a job they think is boring?
  • 69% of job seekers would not take a job with a company that had a bad reputation, even if they were unemployed?
  • 95% of candidates say reviews from those “on the inside” are influential when deciding where to work?



3 thoughts on “50 HR & Recruiting Stats Talent Acquisition Pros Need to Know

  1. Mark Cuban (not that guy)

    Quote: “69% of job seekers would not take a job with a company that had a bad reputation, even if they were unemployed?” These must be people with a lot of options, not those in cities where the unemployment rate is high. My experience has been that people will take any job and just keep looking for the better job, knowing that employers prefer to see you in a role than unemployed. Look forward to webinar, though.

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  2. gerrycrispin

    I know 1 person working for 35k in a job she loves that would quit in a minute for a 100k boring job for the next decade while she raises her two kids currently in and about to go to kindergarten. #millennialsarenotsodifferent.

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