Take Part in The HR Barometer Survey 2022
What is the HR Barometer Report?
The HR Barometer Report is the most comprehensive research report analysing the impacts, challenges and opportunities within the HR and Employment Law landscape in Ireland.
This is the sixth year Adare Human Resource Management have been running the HR Barometer Survey. We survey a wide range of industries throughout Ireland to get the best understanding of Human Resource practices across all types, regions and sizes of organisations.
The HR Barometer results provide in-depth analysis and key information across all aspects of people management and provide a useful guide on changing patterns as we compare results over a number of years.
What questions are covered in the survey?
The survey covers areas such as Pay & Benefit, Recruitment & Retention and Absenteeism. The resulting report is an invaluable source of insights and trends on the key issues and challenges facing HR Practitioners. It will be shared with all participants on a complimentary basis and will allow you to compare your organisation with others across the regions and the country.
How do I participate?
We are asking all chamber members to get involved and take 15 minutes to complete the survey. Have your say and participate in the HR Barometer Survey - simply click on this LINK and complete the survey. We want to hear from you!
As a Thank You, you will be invited a specific HR Barometer event for chamber members and get access to the final HR Barometer Report.
At this special event we will explain the outputs from the report in detail and provide relevant content to help you manage your business in 2022 and beyond. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions and seek additional support on topics of interest.
We look forward to your participation and thank you in advance. If you have any questions, please contact Tina - email@example.com.
Adare Human Resource Management is a team of expert-led Employment Law, Industrial Relations and best practice Human Resource Management consultants. For more information go to www.adarehrm.ie or call (01) 561 3594 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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