As reported in sonru.com, Glassdoor have been busy with groundbreaking research.
Following on from the publication, last year, of ‘50 HR and Recruiting Stats That Make You Think‘ which helped bring to light trends in social media, diversity and mobile recruiting, “this year’s candidate-driven market led us to focus on different topics like trust, employee engagement and leadership. Hiring and retaining employees now starts from the inside out.”
Download the new ebook entitled “50 HR & Recruiting Statistics for 2016” which assembles statistics from sources like Bersin by Deloitte, KPMG, Edelman, Gallup and Glassdoor research to provide guidance on employee recruitment and retention.
Insights promised include:
- The top five pieces of information job seekers want employers to provide as they research where to work.
- How much annual increase in company revenue can be attributed to employee engagement programs?
- How many reviews do most job seekers read before forming an opinion of a company?
- Topics Covered – Recruiting, Trust and Transparency, Leadership and Management, Employee Engagement, Social Media and Reviews.
- 90% of recruiters say the market is candidate-drive in 2015, up from 54% in the second half of 2011.
- 47% of declined offers in the second half of 2015 were due to candidates accepting other jobs, up 10 points from the first half of 2015.
- It takes an average of 52 days to fill an open position, up from 48 days in 2011.
- The top two obstacles to increasing headcount are: Shortage of candidates (31%) and Lengthy hiring practices (27%).
At Glassdoor, we believe in empowering people with information that helps them make more informed job decisions. When employees have first-hand information that helps them find a job they love, and companies have insights that help them create a more engaged and productive workforce.
Download the free eBook here.