HR practices in Ireland

The CIPD’s HR surveys provide key insights into the context of HR practitioners in Ireland and demonstrate how the people profession is responding to workplace challenges.

After a terrific response to the HR Practice in Ireland survey 2020, our results are now available. Many thanks again for your insights, opinions, and support!


HR practices in Ireland 2020

The CIPD HR practices in Ireland 2020 survey found that the people profession is adding value to business through championing diversity, enhancing the employee experience, and contributing to the strategic direction of the business

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Previous survey results

2019 survey

The 2019 survey findings reinforce the areas of talent acquisition and retention as central to the HR agenda for the next two years, and highlight issues that are affecting the quality of work in organisations

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2018 survey

The 2018 survey found that skills shortage remain persistent in organisations and greater emphasis is being placed on improving and maintaining levels of employee engagement as well as the creation of strong internal development opportunities for existing employees

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2017 survey

With skills shortages increasing, greater attention is being placed on the retention and development of employees, while the HR function acknowledges it has more to do to build its influence and take advantage of technology

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