August 2nd 2018

CRF Survey Slide Pack: Resourcing – How HR’s Core Competence is Evolving

Our research, Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence is Evolving,  included a survey that assessed current practice in organisations with regard to their recruitment strategy and processes, use of new technologies, satisfaction with and evaluation of resourcing activities, and many other topics.

This document shares the results of our survey. The data are provided for you to use to support your work. For example, the data may help you clarify the strengths, weaknesses, and challenges organisations are facing as resourcing changes, or may be used to support a case for change in your organisation.

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