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Agribusiness Recruitment Practices – Agribusinesses are using referrals, their website and online job boards to reach prospective applicants.  More than half use or plan to use social media to recruit.  The majority said sales roles were the most difficult to recruit.  Sixty percent plan to do more graduate recruitment in the next 1 to 5 years.  The 2013-2014 U.S. AgCareers.com Agribusiness HR Review provides a range of human resource practices relevant to participating agribusinesses over the last twelve months.  In addition to recruitment data, the report documents salary reviews, employee attrition, workforce trends, development, flexible staffing, bonus and incentive schemes, benefits, hiring practices and employer branding strategies.

 

Infographic - Title: Agribusiness Recruitment Practices. Sub-title: Brought to you by the AgCareers.com Agribusiness HR Review. Image Text:  Which means do agribusiness companies find the most effective in reaching prospective applicants?  76% employee referrals/networks; 58% company website; 55% online job boards.  Are companies using social media to recruit?  29% use; 46% don’t use; 25% plan to use.  Which roles are most difficult to recruit?  75% said sales; 55% said technical; 35% said general management.  What about graduate recruitment?  60% plan to do more graduate recruitments in the next 1 to 5 years.  65% said this is driven by career progression and success planning.  57% said this is driven by competition for talent.  Learn more about the AgCareers.com Agribusiness HR Review at www.AgCareers.com.