Recruitment is central to the success of a robust HR strategy for any organisation. However, very few organisations are actually measuring return of investment (ROI) of their recruitment procedures.
According to our own research, only 14% plan to introduce measures to do so. At the CIPD, our view is that the collection of relevant data can significantly help in the resourcing decision process.
From inclusive recruitment to developing an employee brand, we have reports and insights into the latest recruitment trends. Also, take a look at the induction and onboarding process in detail, to provide value to your organisation.
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This course provides a high-level overview of the key considerations in recruitment. We explore the primary elements of the recruitment process, including the questions to ask your people function, and/or the recruitment specialists you work with, to support them in delivering greater effectiveness.
Explore the key stages of the employee lifecycle, from attraction of new potential employees through to recruitment, induction, development and exit.