Get your guide to recruitment in 2021

While the rollout of vaccines and a roadmap out of lockdown is encouraging, some uncertainty remains. This can be challenging for HR and TA teams looking to plan their workforce requirements and find the right talent.

Our guide focuses on:

  • the trends in the market and whether employees are now ready to change roles
  • how to use workforce planning to understand your organisation's needs, now and in the future
  • the best way to reach passive candidates and keep your recruitment flexible
  • how to save time and money on your recruitment in 2021.

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Get your guide to recruitment in 2021

While the rollout of vaccines and a roadmap out of lockdown is encouraging, some uncertainty remains. This can be challenging for HR and TA teams looking to plan their workforce requirements and find the right talent.

Our guide focuses on:

  • the trends in the market and whether employees are now ready to change roles
  • how to use workforce planning to understand your organisation's needs, now and in the future
  • the best way to reach passive candidates and keep your recruitment flexible
  • how to save time and money on your recruitment in 2021.

Simply fill in the form to download your copy.

Planning recruitment in an uncertain world

Over the past year, we have seen some of the most significant and fastest changes to the workplace. Companies need to prepare for the future to position themselves for the upturn that will come. Placing recruitment on hold for too long could have a negative effect on future success and allow competitors to move ahead.

However, statistics show that recruitment remains challenging:

  • 78% of HR teams say that their workforce planning was affected by external factors
  • 77% of senior leaders say they are poorly prepared for the future
  • Recruitment remains lower than normal, with vacancies down 26% YOY between November 2020 and January 2021 and a further lockdown in February reducing recruitment to its lowest level since June 2020
  • 80% of employees said they were planning to stay in their current role for the next 12 months, up from 35% in 2011.

All of these factors are impacting on HR teams. Our guide looks at the current trends and how to plan and execute recruitment in 2021.

Data from LinkedIn shows that 47% of talent professionals say their budget will be reduced as a result of the pandemic. HR teams therefore need to ensure their approach is cost-effective and adaptable to suit the current climate.

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