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Urooj New Jersey IT Staffing & Recruiting Trends Report is well underway, and the results are already divulging good news for 2016. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: IT Staffing Trends 2016

IT Staffing Trends 2016
  • Created By Urooj - IT staffing Technology
    Solutions Company

  • Urooj New Jersey IT Staffing Recruiting Trends
    Report is well underway, and the results are
    already divulging good news for 2016. We will be
    revealing the survey results as well as in-depth
    data on IT staffing industry trends over the next
    several months, but in the meantime, here is a
    taste of whats to come for recruiting and
    staffing firms across the globe.

The following IT staffing industry trends stem
from the performance, strategies, and
expectations of 1,256 agency recruiting
professionals throughout 2015. Based on our
survey results, firms of all sizes will be
lending their focus to three key factors in the
coming year.
Firm Branding The Key to Driving New Business
  • On average, 71 percent of staffing and recruiting
    firms experienced growth in 2015. Whats more, 91
    percent of firms expect to see at least 10
    growth in 2016. But what, exactly, is driving
    this growth?
  • Much of the growth experienced in the past year
    was heavily reliant on existing client
    relationships. The majority of respondents
    reported that their 2015 revenue was largely
    dependent on repeat business, so client retention
    is clearly still crucial in the IT staffing
    industry. Expanding the client base, on the other
    hand, has consistently been lower priority up
    until now, at least.

Technology The Key to Establishment Client
  • Consistent with 2014s findings, firms continue
    to value the implementation of new technologies
    to effectively recruit and manage qualified
    candidates. Over the next year, we expect many
    staffing firms to fully replace antiquated
    systems with integrated, automated solutions.
    Todays industry-leading technologies offer
    automated features like passive activity tracking
    to report on applicants in real-time, as well as
    integration with email platforms and important
    candidate databases. With these features in
    place, recruiters with modern technology can cut
    back on mundane tasks and spend more time
    strengthening client relationships.

Data The Key to Sourcing Quality Placements
  • The best sources for quality placements. Outside
    of existing candidates and referrals, greater
    focus should be placed on the data intelligence
    that stems from CRM software. This data has the
    power to show which recruiting processes are
    working and which are not. It can point firms in
    the direction of expanding social networks,
    targeting recruiting more passive candidates.

Most staffing firms today are not utilizing
recruiter software to its utmost advantage, but
that just makes this technology an even greater
opportunity in 2016. The introduction of
recruitment analytics software can provide great
business insights for staffing agencies. With
reporting on placement activity, job orders,
candidate touches, and sourcing effectiveness,
staffing firms can better manage and measure
candidate activity in order to serve clients the
quality candidates they expect.
  • With so many staffing firms expecting growth in
    2016, there is no doubt that there will be a
    shift in how companies aim to dominate the
    market. For more key staffing industry trends for
    2016, check out our IT staffing page

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