Consolidation comes to online recruiting

Sweeney, Kevin
November 2001
Employee Benefit News;Nov2001, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p45
Reports the online recruiting world as a major players in the job board or compensation industry combine businesses to reach the targeted audience and achieve financial stability in the United States. Creation of a financial health; Problems in the number of employees; Increase in the number of jobless.


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