E-recruit shortcomings exposed

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. E-recruit shortcomings exposedOn 22 May 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Only20 per cent of e-recruiting sites are contributing significantly to theircompany’s recruitment processes, according to research from the US.TheCambria Consulting survey of 140 corporate e-recruiting sites in the US hasfound that 65 per cent of sites could be improved.Thereport, Winning the War for Talent, suggests that corporate e-recruitment couldbe strengthened by establishing an interactive link to a recruiter or an HRcontact, having an accessible career section in a corporate home page,maintaining an up-to-date list of job openings and by allowing candidates toapply for more than one vacancy at a time. It also found navigating to find thecareer sections in company Websites is a problem. Nearly40 per cent of companies have no direct or visible links from their home pageto pages designed for potential job applicants, concludes the report.Thereport urges companies to make the process of finding careers and job vacanciesas simple as possible for candidates, in order to harness the power of the Webas a recruiting tool. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img

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