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Sourcecon 2019 state of talent acquisition

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Sourcecon 2019 state of talent acquisition

  1. 1. 2019 State of Talent Acquisition Jason Roberts global head of technology and analytics Json.roberts@randstadsourceright.com
  2. 2. | Talent Trends research. 2 800 C-suite and human capital leaders key industries automotive & manufacturing banking & financial services consumers goods life sciences & healthcare IT & technology ● Australia ● Belgium ● Brazil ● Canada ● China ● France ● Germany ● Japan ● India survey samples include leaders at international and regional organizations in: ● Italy ● Mexico ● The Netherlands ● Poland ● Singapore ● Sweden ● the U.K. ● the U.S. 1,700 working professionals Survey samples include leaders and professionals at international and regional organizations across 17 countries: 2|© Randstad Sourceright • Australia • Belgium • Brazil • Canada • China • France • Germany • Japan • India • Italy • Mexico • Netherlands • Poland • Singapore • Sweden • U.K. • U.S.
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  6. 6. | which channels do workers and employers prioritize in their search/brand-building efforts? 6© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: corporate site Facebook LinkedIn channel ranked as most important for communicating their employer brand what workers use: corporate site LinkedIn job boards channel candidates value most when researching an employer’s brand
  7. 7. | how important are Facebook and Twitter to recruitment? workers and employers express differing views*. 7© Randstad Sourceright*2018 Talent Board North American Candidate Experience (CandE) Benchmark Research Report what employers say: ~80%prioritize these two channels in their recruitment strategies what workers use: <20%use these channels when conducting a job search
  8. 8. | how you voted. 8© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: ?say they are creating specific talent communities to enhance the talent experience what workers perceive: ?are part of a talent community
  9. 9. | what is the impact of talent communities on recruitment? views differ depending on who you ask. 9© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: 73%say they are creating specific talent communities to enhance the talent experience what workers are doing: 40%are part of a talent community
  10. 10. | how you voted. 10© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: ?say online recruiting takes away the people side of this business what workers perceive: ?say technology and online recruiting makes job searching less personal
  11. 11. | most workers and employers believe technology makes recruitment impersonal. 11© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: 62%say online recruiting takes away the people side of this business what workers perceive: 53%say technology and online recruiting makes job searching less personal
  12. 12. | how you voted. 12© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: ?say technology has made recruiting simpler and more efficient what workers perceive: ?say technology has made finding jobs simpler and more efficient
  13. 13. | what employers say: 81%say technology has made recruiting simpler and more efficient how workers and employers view the impact of technology on recruitment. 13© Randstad Sourceright what workers perceive: 72%say technology has made finding jobs simpler and more efficient
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  15. 15. | how you voted. 15© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: ?say AI will create opportunities for their organization what workers perceive: ?believe AI will personally benefit them
  16. 16. | while most believe AI offers opportunities, employers and workers differ on the degree of impact. 16© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: 81%say AI will create opportunities for their organization what workers perceive: 55%believe AI will personally benefit them
  17. 17. | how you voted. 17© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: ?say AI and robotics will result in the loss of jobs for many workers what workers perceive: ?say they are worried about losing their jobs due to technology adoption
  18. 18. | despite the potential for job loss due to technology, only a minority of workers are worried. 18© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: 64%say AI and robotics will result in the loss of jobs for many workers what workers perceive: 44%say they are worried about losing their jobs due to technology adoption
  19. 19. | how you voted. 19© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: ?believe their employer brand has either major or minor benefits to their recruitment strategies what workers perceive: ?say a company’s employer brand is either critical or very important in their selection of a job
  20. 20. | both talent and companies view employer brand as important to attraction and search. 20© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: 92%believe their employer brand has either major or minor benefits to their recruitment strategies what workers perceive: 75%say a company’s employer brand is either critical or very important in their selection of a job
  21. 21. | what are the most important qualities of an employer? workers and employers diverge on priorities. 21© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: compensation diverse culture strong values the order of importance they believe are most valued by workers what workers value: compensation financially healthy work-life balance what workers value the most when searching for an employer
  22. 22. | how you voted. 22© Randstad Sourceright
  23. 23. | employers plan to make more roles contingent but fewer workers are ready to make the shift. 23© Randstad Sourceright what employers say: 70%say they expect to shift more roles to contingent, project or contract work what workers want: 55%say they are more open to contingent, project, contract or freelance work than in the past
  24. 24. | Q&A time. 24|© Randstad Sourceright
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