Charity Recruitment Report
Third Sector Research’s Charity Recruitment Report is a key tool for all recruitment departments to hone their recruitment strategy. It investigates professionals working or looking to work in the charity sector and their perceptions of the top 24 charities as employers and what attracts job seekers to apply for a new job – from working for a cause they believe in, to the reputation of the organisation and attractive benefits. It is based on an in-depth survey of 1,156 professionals who are interested in changing employers within the voluntary sector in the next 12 months. The report breaks down responses between different job functions (eg fundraising, policy, governance etc) and professional seniority to help target vacant positions to specific people by using the recruitment approaches that work best with these groups.
The Charity Recruitment Report is based on an in-depth survey of 1,156 professionals. It details the headline findings from the survey including what job seekers want from an employer to why they choose to work for a particular sector or charity. Topics covered in the report include which charity sectors they would be interested in working for, including which is the most popular sector, what they are looking for in a new role – ranging from job security to making a difference or good training and development opportunities – to which types of benefits are most important to them. The survey respondents also gave their perceptions of what it is like to work for the top 24 charity employers – Age UK, Alzheimer’s Society, Amnesty International, Barnardo’s, British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, Cancer Research UK, Christian Aid, Comic Relief, Diabetes UK, Guide Dogs, Leonard Cheshire, Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie Cancer Care, MNDA, National Trust, NSPCC, Oxfam, RNIB, Save the Children, Shelter, St John Ambulance, WaterAid, and World Vision. The report contains profiles of each individual charity’s findings.
Adults working in or currently looking for work in the voluntary sector were asked to complete an online survey. A total of 1,156 responded during the period of 7 to 27 November 2011.
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