Horsefly Analytics undertook an extensive survey of US and UK-based HR, TA professionals, business strategists, recruiters, and other stakeholders to gain insight into how they handle recruitment’s most pressing issues. Our respondents were from various industries, including healthcare, technology, recruitment agencies, the public sector, and financial institutions. The survey aimed to uncover how businesses prepare for the future of Talent Acquisition and which strategies create a pipeline of diverse leaders, managers, and specialists.
Horsefly Talent Analytics Insights
In today's increasingly digital and data-driven world, companies are constantly looking for ways to operate more efficiently and accurately. One area where this pursuit is particularly crucial is in the realm of HR. Effective workforce planning, location analysis, and headcount allocation are essential to any successful business strategy.
Do you need help attracting qualified candidates at competitive salaries? As an HR leader, understanding the salary data of your industry can be one of the most important steps you can take toward establishing an effective recruitment and compensation program.
A 2023 survey conducted by Horsefly Analytics showed that 60% of companies are currently tracking diversity metrics across their organization. Understanding diversity and demographical data has become increasingly important in the business world. With more and more companies striving to become representatives of their customers, understanding this information can be a valuable asset for both employers and employees.
A recent DE&I survey showed that 48% of employees who completed required diversity training thought the training felt like a checkbox on their company’s diversity goals.
Mimecast found that by using Horsefly Analytics, they got a deeper insight into the skills they needed to hire the right people for their new IT team.
2023 promises to be a fascinating year for Talent Acquisition professionals as they work to stay ahead of the ever-changing talent curve.
Unlocking DEI Potential: How to Use Labor Market Data and Analytics to Build a Diversity & Inclusion Strategy
As the workforce becomes increasingly diverse, companies need to reflect that diversity in their hiring. But how can you ensure that you're hiring for a diverse team if you're not tracking the right metrics?
The way we measure DEI success is changing. With a greater focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), organizations are reevaluating how they define and track progress. The traditional methods for assessing DEI success--like looking at the percentage of women or people of color in senior leadership positions--are no longer enough.