Those jobs were posted by talent acquisition managers looking for the best candidate to fill each open role, leaning on a must have resource – recruiting agencies – in challenging situations such as tight timelines or hard to fill roles.
Sending a job to search can be a more expensive way to recruit, but when you understand what to expect in terms of fees and performance, it’s worth it. This is critical for getting the best return on your investment.
Download the 2016 Agency Benchmark Report
Our 2016 Agency Recruiting Benchmark Report has trends in fees, salaries and performance from the world’s largest marketplace for employers and agencies.
Do you know the average time to fill for jobs that go to search? Or, what the average salaries are for managerial, VP or C-suite roles? How about the busiest time of the year for paid search? We do, and we think you should too.
We’ve revamped the 2016 edition of our annual benchmark report to focus on providing the data you need to make informed decisions, and get the most out of your spend.
The 2016 Agency Recruiting Benchmark Report includes the following data:
- A snapshot of employer and agency activity, and a review of the top jobs, salaries and industries
- Year-over-year trends, including candidate salaries and agency fees
- A review of industries and job roles most likely to pay premium fees
- Some key factors for employer and agency collaboration
- A recruitment timeline, and the job characteristics that affect time to fill
We want you to get the most out of your budget, and to be armed with the data you need to make informed decisions about your agency use.