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Products & Services Human Resources Employee Staffing and Performance Measures

Key Factors in High-Performance Staffing

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ID: 4596


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Metrics, Graphics


Pages/Slides: 10


Published: Pre-2014


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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Study Overview

Technology-based companies typically must recruit and select highly qualified candidates for hundreds or thousands of technical positions each year. To meet this challenge, the staffing groups at these companies face increased demand and performance expectations from senior management – and are evaluated accordingly. Advances in processes and technologies are leading to significant improvement in the quality of the candidate pool, the time to fill required positions, and the cost to hire the best individuals. This 10-page document examines these topics among leading staffing organizations across the Aerospace and Defense, Technology and Finance industries. Ten graphics provided detailed comparison metrics on the performance of leading staffing organizations. Staffing managers will be able to use this document to help with assessment and planning for their organizations.

Key Findings

  • Organizations that achieve the highest levels of staffing efficiency do so by carefully segmenting recruiting and sourcing responsibilities and outsourcing lower-level or specialized tasks.
  • Tight integration of staffing phase tasks, strict enforcement of decision periods and proactive talent pool management most affect time-to-start and time-to-fill measurements among leading companies.
  • Companies with higher average numbers of requisitions per recruiter experience a negative impact on time-to-fill.

Methodology
This document was created from a Best Practices, LLC consulting project. It is based on interviews and surveys with benchmark partners across over a dozen industries.



Industries Profiled:
Financial Services; Insurance; Pharmaceutical; Computer Software; High Tech; Telecommunications; Biotech; Health Care; Energy; Aerospace; Defense; Computer Hardware; Utilities; Service; Manufacturing; Banking; Government; Chemical; Consumer Products; Electronics


Companies Profiled:
Allstate Insurance Company; Sanofi-aventis; JP Morgan Chase; Sun Microsystems; Verizon; QUALCOMM; Pfizer; Peoples Energy Corporation; Raytheon; Novartis; Northrop Grumman; NCR; Microsoft; Public Service Enterprise Group; Electronic Arts; Lockheed Martin; EG&G; Honeywell; Computer Sciences Corporation; Federal Reserve Board; Cardinal Health; Entergy; Cisco Systems; BASF Corporation; Blue Cross and Blue Shield; BAE Systems; Amgen; Chiquita Brands International; CACI; Autodesk; Inc.; Arrow Electronics; Applied Materials


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