So in a few weeks I will be speaking at an event for OFW Recruitment Agency owners, managers and recruiters.
I didn’t expect to find much data on how analytics is used to measure effectiveness and to optimize the OFW recruitment process, but I was kinda hoping something might pop up.
So questions I’m hoping to find some insight into:
- Do agencies find value in retaining or re-contracting OFWs for additional employments?
- Do agencies use any analytics in their demographic profiling to recruiting certain types of OFWs from targeted geographic, social economic, religious, or live of education groups?
- Do agencies have data on how they stack up next to competitors who are filling similar requirements?
- Do agencies have internal business data that is used optimize operations.
My gut tells me although you’d hope I here yeses in response to these questions, most agencies would actually answer with a no.
Just on the off chance anyone knows of any studies, research projects or public data on analytics and OFW recruitment, thought I would share this.
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