Resourcing and talent planning 2017
The Resourcing and talent planning survey report, produced in partnership with Hays, provides HR professionals and their organisations with benchmarking data on recruitment costs, resourcing and talent management practice and employee turnover.
Just over a quarter of organisations say their recruitment budgets will increase and a third say their talent management budgets will do the same in 2017–18. Private sector organisations are more likely than the other sectors to say both their recruitment and talent management budgets will increase in 2017–18.
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Resourcing and talent planning 2015
The survey highlights that talent management is becoming a higher priority for CEOs and many organisations are having to look externally to meet the changing skills needed in-house.
Resourcing and talent planning 2013
Resourcing and talent planning 2012
Topical sections in the report consider: the impact of rising tuition fees on employers’ ability to recruit the skills they need; relationships with recruitment partners and the impact of the 2012 Olympic Games on resource planning.
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