Top10 Statistics for Recruiters!
Here are the top 10 statistics for the recruiters, these data's are analyzed and reported till the year 2021!
According to a Talent Board survey, 82% of job seekers believe that the candidate experience is an important factor when applying for a job. This includes factors such as timely communication, clear job descriptions, and a positive application process.
Social Media Recruiting:
84% of organizations use social media for recruiting, according to a survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter are commonly used by recruiters to source and engage with potential candidates.
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the workplace, with remote work becoming more prevalent. A survey by Gallup found that 56% of U.S. workers were working remotely at least part of the time in 2021, up from 33% in 2019. Recruiters need to adapt their strategies to attract and retain remote workers.
Diversity and Inclusion:
Diversity and inclusion are increasingly important in the workplace. A survey by Glassdoor found that 67% of job seekers consider diversity and inclusion an important factor when evaluating job offers. Recruiters are expected to prioritize diversity and inclusion in their talent acquisition strategies.
Employee referrals remain a popular and effective recruitment strategy. According to a survey by Jobvite, 40% of job seekers found their most recent job through an employee referral. Recruiters can leverage employee referrals to tap into their networks and find qualified candidates.
Mobile devices are becoming the preferred method for job seekers to search for and apply for jobs. A survey by Pew Research Center found that 79% of U.S. adults own a smartphone, and 77% of job seekers use mobile devices in their job search. Recruiters need to ensure that their recruitment process is mobile-friendly.
Many organizations struggle with finding candidates with the right skills for their open positions. A survey by ManpowerGroup found that 69% of employers reported talent shortages in 2020. Recruiters need to identify and address the skills gap to ensure they are attracting qualified candidates.
Artificial Intelligence in Recruitment:
Artificial intelligence (AI) is being increasingly used in recruitment to automate tasks such as resume screening, candidate sourcing, and interview scheduling. A survey by LinkedIn found that 76% of talent professionals believe that AI will have a significant impact on recruiting in the coming years.
Employer branding is critical for attracting and retaining top talent. A study by CareerArc found that 75% of job seekers consider an employer's brand before applying for a job. Recruiters need to work closely with their organization's marketing and communication teams to build a strong employer brand.
Time-to-fill, or the time it takes to fill a job vacancy, is an important metric for recruiters. According to a report by DHI Group, the average time-to-fill for professional and technical positions in the United States was 39 days in 2020. Recruiters need to focus on streamlining their recruitment process to reduce time-to-fill and ensure that they are hiring top talent quickly.