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Global Recruiting Trends 2016 [Infographic]

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~4,000 talent acquisition leaders from 40 countries shared their top priorities in LinkedIn's 5th annual Global Recruiting Trends report. Download now: http://bit.ly/1Pc99Rf

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Global Recruiting Trends 2016 [Infographic]

  1. 1. Emerging Recruiting Trends Worldwide Linked| n’s annual Global Recruiting Trends report reveals what's top of mind among 4,000 talent aquisition decision makers for 2016. Influence business decisions and craft recruiting strategies using these key trends. 1 The Magic Metric Quality of hire is the single, most valuable performance metric for talent aquisition teams. Time to fill Quality of hire 28% posmofl Hiring manager satisfaction . _l Organizations across the globe measure quality of hire in three ways. §'4-'-Tu! I I I I New Hire Hiring Manager Performance Evaluation Turnover/ Retention Satisfaction Italy Brazil Nordics MENA Canada France Mexico United States Spain China Benelux United Kingdom Germany AU/ New Zealand SE Asia South Africa India 2 Find Quality Talent Faster Social professional networks take the lead as the top source of quality hires. Social Professional lnternetJob Employee Referral Networks Boards Programs Employee referrals are increasingly seen as an essential and long-lasting recruiting trend. Percentages shown for: I 2014 I 2015 41 36 1 31 24 25 26 30 3 28 21 2319 17 ‘ M ' J i 15 B J “ ‘ Q‘? 0+ 4i '2} S9 . ?> ‘<0 ‘(O Q? so ~o <‘ e 5 0069 Qgpo (>0 Go (go? < E Employer Brand Bounces Back Employer brand resurges as a top priority. Companies are investing more in employer brand efforts. 2014 2015 2016 Organizations in certain countries are investing more in employer brand than others. South Africa 68% SE Asia ° 65% Brazil : ——: :——° 64% US 62% Global ° 59% Australia/ New Zealand ? ° 57% Benelux 54% MENA 52% Mexico ' 48% ‘.1 Employee Retention Emerges Leaders want to keep the talent they worked so hard to recruit, which is why employee retention surfaces as a top recruiting priority. Recruiting highly— Employee Improving quality skilled talent Retention of hire Internal mobility helps retain talent. Unfortunately, most talent aquisition teams aren't heavily recruiting internal candidates. To what extent does your company recuit internal candidates? Very much so To some extent Not much or at all, Don’t know China 15% 67% Germany 19% 49% W8 SW Canada 37% 49% Australia/ NewZealand France 40% 35% *numbers may not add to 700% due to rounding Download the Global Recruiting Trends 2016 reports for more global insights and distinct country trends. lnkd. in/ GRT16 Linked may Talent Solutions We surveyed ~4,000 talent acquisition decision makers who focus on recruiting, manage a recruiting team, or work in the human resources department. These survey respondents are Linkedln members from across 40 countries. Results were compared to historical Global Recruiting Trends research, which had similar sampling criteria and methodology.

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