Number of voluntary vacancies half of previous year

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has found that the number of vacancies voluntary organisations had to fill in 2006 was half the number of the previous year - but the proportion of organisations having difficulty filling vacancies has increased. The average number of vacancies fell from 147 to 64, but 81 per cent reported difficulties. Recruitment, Retention and Turnover is available at

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