The Landscape of Recruitment

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The Landscape of Recruitment Infograph is the visual summary of Report "Acquisition and Retention in the War for Talent" from the workforce solution provider Kelly Services.

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The Landscape of Recruitment

  1. 1. the landscape of recruitment acquisition a nd r etention in the war f o r ta l e nt 58% corporate brand is the most important consideration when evaluating potential employers, followed by location (52%) 41 % more than four-in-ten use their social media network when making career or employment decisions. This is highest in APAC. the meaning of work according to employees Community involvement 28% Connection to corporate strategy 31% Connection with co-worker 41% Alignment to personal values 41% The ability to excel/develop 74% driving job choice by generation The importance of personal fulfillment and work-life balance increases as workers progress in their careers boomers boomers boomers gen X gen X gen X gen y gen y gen y Baby Baby Baby Personal Personal compensation/ Fulfillment growth benefits 66+34 representing a great cost to companies, two-thirds of employees intend to 66% 44 search for a job with % another organization within the next year 48+52 Less than half feel Fewer than half gain valued by their any real sense of purpose from their work 48% employer 35+65 over one-third are unlikely to confront anguish and tell their employer of their potential 35% plans to change jobs 37% think about quitting. Gen X is the most restless with 43% thinking of perpetually resigning preferred recognition for a job well done 41% financial bonus 32% promotion none 13% required public acknowledgement 10% among colleagues a day off 3% workKelly Global Workforce Index™ April 2012

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