Talent Acquisition and Technology Survey

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InterviewStream conducted its first “Talent Acquisition and Technology Benchmarking Survey.”

Nearly 250 HR professionals in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, India and others shared their views on the changing talent arena.
Respondents’ organizations ranged in size from under 200 employees (45.9%) to more than 100,000 (2.4%). Industries included recruiting/staffing, healthcare, financial services, nonprofit, technology, government, and energy.

The results reveal how these HR decision-makers are using technology to acquire talent, their views on employee development and retention, and which issues are keeping them up at night.

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Talent Acquisition and Technology Survey

  1. 1. TALENT ACQUISITION AND TECHNOLOGY SURVEY RESULTS
  2. 2. Talent Acquisition and Technology Benchmarking Survey Nearly 250 HR professionals in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, India and others shared their views on the changing talent arena. Organizations ranged in size from under 200 employees (45.9%) to more than 100,000 (2.4%).
  3. 3. PRIORITIES & CHALLENGES
  4. 4. PRIORITIES & CHALLENGES What are your top talent acquisition priorities? 74% Training and Assessment Employer Branding Internal Mobility and Retention External Sourcing 28%32% 42%
  5. 5. TECHNOLOGY: Top Tech Game Changers
  6. 6. TECHNOLOGY: Top Tech Game Changers What are the top technology game changers in Talent Acquisition today?      Social Media Next Generation ATS Systems Mobile Recruiting Video Interviewing and Training Big Data 25% 38% 38% 51% 73%
  7. 7. TECHNOLOGY: The Future of Video Interviewing
  8. 8. TECHNOLOGY: The Future of Video Interviewing Where do you see the technology of video interviewing headed in talent acquisition? More Companies will Use as Traditional Recruiters Retire Only Used When Not Able to Bring the Candidate In Video Will Always Be a “Nice to Have” Video Will Become More Important Video Will Never Be Adopted in a Large Scale 44% 18%19% 4% 8%
  9. 9. To read the full results of the Talent Acquisition and Technology Survey, visit InterviewStream.com to download the complete guide.

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