E-Recruitment Market Assessment 2003


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April 2003find similar
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12 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for E-Recruitment 2003

Executive Summary

Dotcom Bubble? What Dotcom Bubble?

The Infant Has Started To Talk

Clicks And Mortar The Dominant Business Model

The Growth Driver

The Future Is Bright, But Not All Will Survive

1. Introduction

Definition

Report Focus

2. Strategic Overview

Market Dynamics And Segmentation

E-recruitment Expands Among Companies

Table: The Proportion Of Employers Using Electronic Methods For Job Advertising (%),-2002

Figure: The Proportion Of Employers Using Electronic Methods For Job Advertising (%),-2002

Table: Recent Trends In Online Recruitment Activity Among Human Resources Professionals (number, ££ And %), And

Jobsite Metrics

Table: The Number Of People With Internet Access And Using The Internet To Look For Work In Great Britain (million And %), July-february

Table: Jobsite Metrics (million),

From Pureplay To Clicks And Mortar

Disintermediation Yes, Disintegration Definitely Not

Table: The Usage Of Electronic Methods Versus Employment Agencies (%),-2002

Figure: The Usage Of Electronic Methods Versus Employment Agencies (%),-2002

Offline Is Dead, Long Live Offline

Table: Methods Used By Online Jobseekers (%), Winter/2003

Nevermind The Width, Feel The Quality

3. Competitive Structure

Main Types Of Site

Table: Breakdown Of Uk Jobsites (number And %), February

The Major Jobsites

Table: The Top Jobsites Ranked By Unique Users (%),

Table: The Leading Jobsites Ranked By Average Page Impressions (%),

Table: The Leading Jobsites Ranked By Average Jobs Advertisements On Site (%),

Advertising And Promotion

Media Used For Job Advertisements

Contacting Clients

Table: The Main Reason Jobsite Users Use A Particular Site (%), Winter/2003

The Jobsite Users

4. Market Drivers

It's The Economy, Stupid!

Table: The Uk Labour Market (000 And %), Spring-2002 And Autumn-2002

Key Sectors Will Influence The Picture

Table: The Uk Recruitment Market By Turnover (££bn And %), Years Ending April/may-2002

Figure: The Uk Recruitment Market By Turnover (££bn), Years Ending April/may-2002

The Search For A New Business Model

Go Where The Jobseekers Are

Table: The Number And Proportion Of Households In Great Britain With Internet Access (million And %),-2002

5. Swot Analysis

Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Threats

6. Pest Analysis

Political Factors

Economic Factors

Social Factors

Demand

Supply

Technological Factors

7. Recruiter Strategies

Introduction

Advantages Of E-recruiting

The Internet Reshapes The Agency Business Model

Disintermediation Should Jobsites Worry?

Table: Sources Of Candidates (%), And

Figure: Sources Of Candidates (%), And

Table: Methods Used To Recruit Staff (%),-2002

Table: The Most Important Issue Facing Online Recruitment (%), And

The Job Advertisement Continues To Rule

Table: Advertising And The Best Source Of Candidates (%),

Figure: Advertising And The Best Source Of Candidates (%),

But Opportunities Are Being Missed

From E-recruiting To E-hr

Greater Familiarity Leads To Less Site Loyalty

8. Site User Dynamics

Introduction

Who Are Online Site Users?

Table: Characteristics Of Internet Users (% Of Adults And Index All=100), February

Why Are Jobsites Used?

Table: Summary Of Reasons For Visiting An Internet Careers/jobsite (% Of Adults), February

Table: Reasons For Visiting An Internet Careers/jobsite (% Of Adults), February

Table: More Reasons For Visiting An Internet Careers/jobsite (% Of Adults), February

Traffic Generators

Table: Summary Of Very Important Features Or Services Available On Jobsites (% Of Adults), February

Table: Very Important Features Or Services Available On Jobsites (% Of Adults), February

Table: More Very Important Features Or Services Available On Jobsites (% Of Adults), February

Frequency Of Visit

Table: Frequency Of Visiting Internet Jobsites (% Of Adults), February

Table: The Intensity Of Jobsite Visits By The Main Social Groups In The Last Months (number And %), February

The Skills In Demand

Generic Sites (sites That Deal With Many Different Industry Sectors)

Specialist Sites (sites That Deal Primarily With One Industry Sector Or Type Of Job)

Table: What Role Do Jobseekers Have? (%), Winter/2003

Table: In Which Industry Sector Does A Jobseeker's Employer Operate? (%), Winter/2003

Speed Is Essential

Jobseekers Are Not Site Loyal

Table: The Number Of Online Recruitment Sites Visited In Order To Look For A Job (%), Winter/2003

9. Site Strategies

Developments

Value-added Services To Jobseekers

Geographical Diversification

E-hr And Vertical Integration

Consolidation

Major Jobsites Mini Profiles

Fish4 Trading Ltd

Forgroup Internet Ltd Www.careers4a.com

Gis-a-job Ltd Www.gisajob.com

The Hotgroup Plc

Jobserve Ltd

Table: Financial Results For Jobserve Ltd (££000), Years Endingth September, And

Jobsite Uk (worldwide) Ltd

Table: Financial Results For Jobsite Uk (worldwide) Ltd (££000), Years Endingst August Andst December-2001

Pharma-id.com Ltd Www.pharma-id.com

Reed Elsevier Group Plc

Reed Executive Plc

S1now Ltd Www.s1jobs.com

Table: Financial Results For S1now Ltd (££000), Years Endingst December And

Tmp Worldwide/www.monster.co.uk

University Of Warwick Www.jobs.ac.uk

Workthing Ltd (guardian Media Group)

Table: Financial Results For Workthing Ltd (££000), Years Endingst April Andst March

10. The Future

Key Development Trends

Forecasts

Table: Forecast Growth In Internet And Jobsite Users (million And %), October-2007

Figure: Forecast Growth In Internet And Jobsite Users (million), October-2007

Table: The Forecast Proportion Of Employers Using Electronic Methods For Job Advertising (%),-2007

11. Further Sources

Publications

General Sources

Bonnier Information Sources

Government Sources

Jobsites

Other Reports