Expertenbefragung zu Abbrüchen bei der Personalsuche in der IAB-Erhebung des Gesamtwirtschaftlichen Stellenangebots
"In the context of the IAB Job Vacancy Survey (EGS) firms were asked if they had to cancel recruitment processes for open vacancies in the year of the survey because no suitable candidates were found. It remains ambiguous if this cancellation means the actual ending of the firms' recruitment efforts and implicates the disappearing of the open vacancies from the market or if firms start searching again, possibly with other conditions or at a later time. Based on 50 expert interviews, the pretest 2013 tries to give an answer to these questions." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))
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