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Fifty Percent of HR Professionals Forecast Hiring in 2011
(April 20, 2011) Fifty Percent of HR Professionals Forecast Hiring in 2011, Reports New Survey from HRmarketer.com
Sixty-nine percent of HR buyers are gaining optimism about the economy in 2011, and nearly twenty five percent plan to increase their budgets for HR-related products and services.
These findings and more appear in the research report from HRmarketer.com, ' Trends in HR Marketing: HR Buyers' Behavior ' What to Expect in 2011 .' It's the fifth report in an annual series started in 2006. Data in the report is based on responses from human resource decision makers collected in January and February 2011.
The report provides information on trends and best practices for marketing to the human capital marketplace, and more specifically on the purchasing behavior of the typical HR buyer. It also includes an analysis of HR buyer research and purchasing trends and their budget priorities in 2011.
Key findings include:
'Following a year filled with occasional signs of optimism, this new report is evidence that positive momentum is steadily increasing across the HR industry in 2011,' says Mark Willaman, founder and president of HRmarketer.com. 'We're especially happy to learn that a greater percentage of HR professionals expect to see increased hiring.'
HRmarketer.com is a product of Fisher Vista LLC, a marketing software and services firm focusing exclusively on the human capital and healthcare markets. The company has worked with nearly 1,000 human resource and healthcare providers, helping them generate publicity, website traffic, sales leads and improved SEO.
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