Survey: Hiring managers turning to online networking sites

Reinhardt, Eric
May 2008
Business Journal (Central New York);5/16/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 20, p8
The article reports on the result of the survey conducted by Robert Half International (RHI) Inc. which assesses how business enterprises recruit employees in New York. The survey was participated by 150 senior executives from 1,000 companies. It was found that 62 percent of respondents use professional networking websites and 35 percent utilize social networking websites in hiring for potential employees.


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