Which #MetricsMatter in youth recruitment? Join our webinar on 22 Nov to find out
November 1 2017
According to BITC’s snapshot survey, only 15% of employers regularly use data to measure the effectiveness of their youth recruitment. Without having access to the right data, it’s very difficult to spot barriers to young people in your recruitment processes and evaluate how effective your recruitment has been in the long term. Ultimately, this undermines your ability to take a strategic approach to talent planning and address barriers to young people from different backgrounds.
Over the past year, a working group of HR professionals from leading UK employers have discussed which metrics really matter to them when evaluating their youth recruitment, and the key steps employers can take to create an integrated measurement system to evaluate their youth recruitment.
A new Guide to Measuring the Effectiveness of your Youth Recruitment which outlines the key findings from the group will be published here on 22 November 2017. The guide will cover 3 areas:
The group was chaired by Rebekah Wallis, Director of People and Corporate Responsibility at Ricoh. It also contained delegates from Barclays, Centrica, CIPD, The City & Guilds Group, Costain, PwC, and Unipart.