The Changing Face of In-House Recruitment - The Key Findings

We surveyed in-house recruiters to find out what they’re excited about and the challenges they’ll be facing over the coming year, and it’s looking pretty complex.

LaunchPad founder, Will Hamilton, was joined by Dave Millner, HR curator and influencer Kirstie Kelly.

They discussed the key themes from the report including:

  • How to navigate through the complexities facing In-house recruitment teams
  • Why 65% of survey respondents don’t feel they’re valued by their organisation.
  • What the future of in-house recruitment will look like, given that 72% of respondents want to use more advanced automation in the next 3 years.


Dave Millner, HR Curator
Dave also has a passion for supporting HR functions in becoming more commercially focused, more responsive and more cost-effective and provides HR practitioners with appropriate thinking processes, models and broad knowledge that can be applied in assisting the transformation of HR practices. He is a regular presenter at HR Conferences promoting the need for HR to change its’ current approaches so that it can demonstrate tangible business value.

Throughout 2015 and 2016 @HRCurator has been continually rated as being one of the Most Influential People on Twitter in the subject areas of HR, People/HR Analytics, Future of Work and Organizational Development. He has also been recognized as Number 1 Global Brand on Twitter relating to the Future of Work subject matter.

Kirstie Kelly, Influencer
Kirstie’s wealth of knowledge in the employer brand and recruitment technology market gives her a unique perspective on what candidates and employers need from the recruitment process. A regular speaker at conferences and industry events, Kirstie has experience of working with global brands, understanding their resourcing requirements and translating them into solutions.

Will Hamilton, Founder, LaunchPad
Will founded LaunchPad after 13 years spent working as a management consultant. Will's corporated background easily translates to his creative talent and vision of building technologies and processes that really work.