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Products & Services Human Resources Employee Staffing and Performance Measures

Staffing Organizations: Performance Statistics and Analysis

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ID: 4597


Features:

Metrics, Graphics


Pages/Slides: 43


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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Study Overview

Staffing managers of large technology-based companies must streamline their operations so that they are both cost-effective and capable of finding the best talent quickly. This 43-page document contains dozens of performance metrics and best practices that will enable staffing managers to assess their own organization's performance against leading companies in the Aerospace and Defense, Technology and Finance industries.

Key Topics and Metrics
The 40 data charts in this document provide detailed analysis of topics including:

  • Staffing levels
  • The average time required to start an open position
  • The average time required to fill an open position
  • The average offer acceptance rate
  • The average number of requisitions handled by each recruiter at any one time
  • The percentage of positions filled by the date needed
  • The average cost to fill a position
  • The top five reasons candidates decline offers
  • The degree of outsourcing employed
  • The level of technology employed
  • The presence of systems to pre-screen candidates

Methodology
This document was created from a Best Practices, LLC consulting project. It is based on interviews and surveys with 106 staffing executives and managers across more than one 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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