HR Pros Struggling to Meet Goals Says New Report

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HR leaders are falling short of their recruitment and hiring goals and experiencing such severe burnout that 61% have considering quitting, according to a new State of Hiring and Recruiting study from vendors KarmaCheck and Findem.

Missed Goals and Burnout Could Hinder Long-Term Hiring Success
The study of more than 300 HR leaders at large U.S. employers shows most are consistently failing to hit their goals, causing them to miss key hires and adding to their stress. More than half (51%) say they’re missing their cost-per-hire target–shown to be the most-tracked metric, while 47% are not meeting goals around average time

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