HR practices in Ireland

The annual HR practices in Ireland survey helps you to keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the profession in Ireland

This important survey provides benchmarking information and insights into the challenges that the profession is facing and evidence for use in our community and work.

The intelligence we gather from you, our members and community is vital.

With it we can provide key insights into current trends, which allows us to demonstrate how the people profession is responding to changing workplace challenges.


HR practices in Ireland 2022

The CIPD HR Practices survey 2022 addresses the challenges and critical issues facing organisations from a people management perspective, how HR professionals are adding value to their organisations and driving positive change in how work is managed, valued and rewarded

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Previous survey results

2021 survey

The CIPD HR practices in Ireland 2021 survey confirms a significant step change for many Irish workplaces, and health and wellbeing taking a central role in supporting employees

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2020 survey

The CIPD HR Practices in Ireland 2020 survey was carried out in late 2019 before the Covid-19 virus emerged. The survey identifies well-being as an important area of policy and action within organisations.
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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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