If your company has diversity initiatives, you should consider using labor market data to help you focus your recruiting efforts on already diverse markets. Learn more in the final part of our Market Research for Talent series.
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To meet hiring and diversity goals, it’s important to consider which schools are graduating the talent you’re looking for. Is there an opportunity to partner with those schools? Learn more in part four of our Market Research for Talent series.
Wherever you decide to search for talent, you should consider your competition. What other industries or businesses employ the talent you’re looking for? Learn more in part three of our Market Research for Talent series.
When you’re building recruiting strategies for your company, how do you decide where to look first? Learn more in part two of our Market Research for Talent series.
How can you use data to help your hiring managers understand the current labor market conditions? Learn more in the first article of our Market Research for Talent series.
In this Market Research for Talent series, we’ll walk through five simple ways to use labor market information to build (or bolster) your talent strategy:
1. Communicating expectations with hiring managers
2. Prioritizing your efforts for recruiting strategies
3. Understanding industry competition
4. Recruiting college graduates and diverse candidates
5. Understanding workforce diversity