As reported in our September recruitment market update, 2019 has been an interesting and challenging year for non-profit and public sector HR teams, not least due to the increasing pressure faced by HR professionals in a candidate short market. TPP have seen an uplift in temporary recruitment this year, continued trends for flexible working at the point of application and the adoption of more intelligent diversity and inclusion plans.
Our 2018 survey produced our most popular data yet; this report delves deeper into the key challenges non-profit organisations face when attracting and retaining employees.
The report gives an overview of remuneration and benefits within non-profit organisations for benchmarking purposes. If your organisation is interested in our bespoke benchmarking service or wider recruitment services, please contact Donna Newton, Head of Client Relations on 020 7198 6110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
"Most people easily join the dots between a market dominated by the few people proactively looking for new job, record low unemployment figures, nervousness caused by Brexit, and the tactics used by many to ensure a hire: It’s harder to recruit, so throw money or extra benefits at a vacancy to beat the competition. However, in order to do this with any hope of winning new employees, or indeed retaining those you have, you need to know what people want. Our report ranges across a number of functional areas and all levels of seniority, returning key information that can be used in the ongoing battle for talent."
Tracey George, Chief Operating Officer.