DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3njrdb/uk_erecruitment) has announced the addition of the "UK E-Recruitment Market Report 2015" report to their offering.
This Market Report analyses the UK market for e-recruitment. The definition of e-recruitment is any recruitment activity in which the main method of correspondence and communication is over the Internet.
In the UK, e-recruitment now arguably represents the largest channel in the recruitment market, given the widespread uptake of Internet services, rapid growth in online recruitment activities, and the emergence and development of technologies, such as mobile and social media.
According to data from Ofcom, 85% of households in the UK now have access to the Internet through either fixed or mobile services. This has grown steadily in recent years, and with the Government's plans to make basic broadband services available to everyone in the UK by 2016, uptake is expected to reach almost universal levels in the near future. This, ultimately, means a significant potential audience for recruiters engaged in the provision of online services.
According to research, which was commissioned in October 2015, more than a quarter of British adults said they had used the Internet to search for jobs over the past 12 months, significantly higher than the proportion of respondents (15.3%) that used other methods, besides the Internet, to look for work.
As such, for the purposes of this report, e-recruitment covers the following areas:
- The activities of employers, recruitment agencies and prospective employees
- Permanent and contract work
- Other recruitment-related issues such as career management, personal development, assessment tasks and assessment sectors
- Other recruitment-related methods such as companies and individuals using social networks such as LinkedIn.
The main focus of this e-recruitment Market Report is Internet jobsites. The majority of these jobsites offer placings across the permanent, contract and temporary segments, including part-time and full-time roles, across a diverse range of industry sectors. Generally, jobsites offer candidates the facility to register their details and curriculum vitae (CV) for employers to examine, while others take payment from employers and thus provide contact phone number or e-mail address for candidates instead.
The report will also analyse consumer research in an effort to gauge the size of the market. However, given the rapid development of the industry, with online services now ubiquitous in recruitment, this is a difficult task.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Introduction & Definition
2. Executive Summary
3. What's KEY in the Market?
4. Market Size, Segmentation & Forecasts
5. International Perspective
6. Competitor Analysis
7. Buying Behaviour
8. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities & Threats
10. Company Profiles
- Adhunter Ltd
- CV-Library Ltd
- Graduate Prospects Ltd
- Guardian News & Media Ltd
- Indeed Ireland Operations Ltd
- Jobserve Ltd
- Jobsite UK (Worldwide) Ltd
- Monster Worldwide Ltd
- Reed Online Ltd
- Trinity Mirror PLC
- Universal Jobmatch
- Warwick University Services Ltd
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3njrdb/uk_erecruitment