Recruitment

Online Recruiting

By Staff Report

Feb. 24, 2016

More than 20 years into the age of the World Wide Web, online recruiting long ago replaced the print newspaper help-wanted ad as the venue of choice for recruitment. But many employers are still struggling to figure out the optimal way to use the Internet and the fragmented world of job boards, job “aggregators” and social media sites so they can source the best candidates at the least cost. Recruiters and consultants experienced in these spaces suggested some answers in a series of interviews in late 2015 conducted by Bloomberg BNA.

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