How do UK Charities Recruit?

CharityJob wants to help improve recruitment. Tell us how your charity recruits, and you could win £1,000 for your chosen charity.

Improving recruitment

Recruitment matters. It can be costly and time-consuming, and poor recruitment means an ineffective organisation or having to start the whole process again—or both. In recent years, many organisations have published guidance on how to make recruitment better and fairer in various ways, with a particular focus on ethnicity—though that isn’t the only aspect of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) that matters. Some studies have asked different employers how they recruit, including the recent McKenzie-Delis Packer Review. But until now, no-one has focused exclusively on how charities recruit.
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If you work at a charity and you’ve ever been involved in recruitment, please fill in our survey and help us understand the steps you go through to recruit paid employees.

As a thank you for your time, you can enter our prize draw to win one of three £1,000 donations to a charity of your choice. All you have to do is fully-complete the survey by 1st December 2021 (terms and conditions apply).

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