The MRINetwork Performance Management Study is the result of a survey conducted among 220 hiring authorities and nearly 200 candidates across the U.S. The purpose of the study is to assess strategies that hiring authorities are leveraging to attract and retain talent vs. what employees and candidates want employers to prioritize. Hiring authority and candidate attitudes were also compared on recruitment tactics, including perks and other concessions employers are making to hire top talent in a tight candidate market. The study is not intended to be representative of the full breadth of the labor market; rather it looks at the executive, professional, and managerial space, in which MRINetwork specializes.
Employer Concessions and Hiring in a Tight Candidate Market