Finding and keeping top-level talent is a challenge that organizations across all industries face. As average annual job tenure declines, companies are having to fill more jobs than ever before—and encountering new recruitment roadblocks that HR professionals have to face head on. Download this free report now.
Best Practices in Recruiting
This report highlights the five mistakes most commonly
made when dealing with job descriptions and gives useful tips and tactics on how to avoid mistakes and make your job descriptions a valuable tool in HR management.
This special report is designed and organized to give you a solid foundation of best practices on which to train your recruiters and hiring managers as well as an up-to-the-minute overview of the latest innovations that will allow you to attract the best up-and-coming employees for your organization’s continued success.
This special report will help HR pros like you create a battle plan to win the recruiting war. From communicating the employer brand to utilizing the latest technology trends, this download has you covered. As a bonus, we’ve included handy checklists as well.
Are you planning to hire new employees? Or trying to be more strategic in your recruitment process? This the HR audit checklist is here to help. Download today and start analyzing your hiring costs.
The focus has never been so strongly aimed at hiring quality, engaged, employees with high potential as it is now. This report aims to see how companies currently approach accomplishing that goal. See the results of our national survey.
In order to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of the recruiting function, many employers calculate the cost per hire. Cost per hire is calculated by adding up all of the expenses associated with recruiting and then dividing that amount by the number of new hires during the period. This worksheet calculates cost per hire based on the information you input.
Two recent BLR surveys detail best practices for recruiting today. BLR’s Recruiting and Retention Survey, conducted in November 2014, sought to learn what’s happening in real-world recruiting. The Recruitment Metrics and Costs Survey questioned participants about what metrics are used to evaluate recruiting and which are most effective.This summary report details:
- Who’s using what software?
- What’s the role of social media?
- What metrics meaningfully describe recruiting productivity and quality?