E-Recruitment Market Assessment 2012


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Published Date :
March 2012find similar
Report Type :
Market Assessmentfind similar
Report Sector :
Business Servicesfind similar
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£ 575
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17 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for E-Recruitment 2012

Foreword

Executive Summary

Introduction

DEFINITION

REPORT FOCUS

Strategic Overview

MARKET DYNAMICS AND SEGMENTATION

The E-Recruitment Process

The Three 'Es' of Recruitment

Decrease in Overall Recruitment

Online Recruitment Advertising Expenditure Back on the Rise

Online Activity Continues to Rise

POTENTIAL AUDIENCE AND ACTUAL AUDIENCE

Competitive Structure

COMPANY TYPES

LEADING JOBSITES

ADVERTISING

JOBSITE USERS

Market Drivers

INTRODUCTION

UNEMPLOYMENT FORECAST TO INCREASE

GROWTH IN INTERNET ACCESS

RECRUITMENT INDUSTRY RECOVERY

SWOT Analysis

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESSES

OPPORTUNITIES

THREATS

PEST Analysis

POLITICAL FACTORS

Public-Sector Cuts

Recruitment Licensing Debate

The Equality Act

ECONOMIC FACTORS

Growing Eurozone Instability

Labour Market in Trouble

SOCIAL FACTORS

Convenience of the Internet

Changing Market Demographics

Workers Demand Flexibility

TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS

Social Network Recruitment

Mobile Phone Apps

Alternative Testing and Interviewing Methods

Recruiter Strategies

INTRODUCTION

ATTITUDES TOWARDS E-RECRUITMENT

BALANCE OF RECRUITMENT

EMPHASIS ON TESTING

Site User Dynamics

INTRODUCTION

USE OF ONLINE JOBSITES

TYPES OF JOBSITES

SUCCESS OF ONLINE JOBSITES

USING SOCIAL NETWORKS TO FIND JOBS

Site Strategies

INTRODUCTION

FOCUS ON USER EXPERIENCE

SPECIALIST VERSUS GENERAL JOBSITES

ALTERNATIVE RECRUITMENT SERVICES

REGIONAL JOBSITES

RSS FEEDS

TELEVISION ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS

PROFILES OF MAJOR SITES

Reed Elsevier Group PLC

Trinity Mirror Group PLC

Associated Northcliffe Digital

Monster Worldwide

Reed Executive PLC

JobServe Ltd

Guardian Media Group PLC

Graduate Prospects Ltd

University Job Boards

The Future

KEY TRENDS

Rise of Social Media in the Industry

Further Focus on Industry-Specific Jobs Boards

Companies Exercising Caution When Hiring

More Mobile Usage

ECONOMIC FORECASTS

Population

Gross Domestic Product

Inflation

Unemployment

INDUSTRY FORECASTS

Market Size

Further Sources

Associations

Publications

General Sources

Government Publications

Other Sources

Key Note Sources

Key Note Ltd

Understanding TGI Data

Number, Profile, Penetration

Social Grade

Standard Region

Key Note Research

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