Agencies place jobs on Internet
- COMMENT. Holsworth, Lawrence // Marketing (00253650);8/10/2000, p74
Comments on the challenges and concerns over Internet usage in the recruitment industry. Transformation of brand success into the online field; Worries over the credibility of electronic recruitment and concerns of employment candidates on the effectiveness of online curriculum vitae.
- RECRUITING FOR DERMAL THERAPISTS AND COSMETIC NURSES? // Spa Australasia;2012, Vol. 48, p70
The article reports on the launch of an online recruitment site of Australasian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal Science (AACDS), in which qualified applicants can apply for any job vacancy.
- recruitmentrethinking. Williams, Helen // Personnel Today;6/9/2009, p27
The article reports that a survey of this journal's readers, including managers and personnel directors, suggests that recruitment budgets and plans have been reduced drastically. It is stated that nearly one-third of the respondents had kept their budgets the same, while nearly half of...
- Chase the cowboys out of town. Starnes, Richard // SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals (UK Edition);Sep2006, p20
The article presents the author's opinion that the professionalism of information security recruiters are declining. He cited that the Internet is the worst thing that happened to the recruitment process. He revealed how recruitment agencies simply passed the curriculum vitae of potential...
- The Impact of the Internet on the Recruitment Business. Koolen, Gerard // Slovak Spectator;2001 Supplement, Vol. 7, p16
Focuses on the impact of the Internet on the recruitment businesses in Slovakia. Overview on the technology use in personnel management sector; Information on the search and selection companies in Slovakia; Suggestions on how to improve the quality of personnel management through the use of the...
- Board games. Shuit, Douglas P. // Workforce Management;Nov2003, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p37
Focuses on the competition faced by online recruitment agency Monster.com. Challenges faced by job boards; Financial status of the company; Complaints of corporate recruiters. INSET: FIND A NICHE, FILL A JOB.
- Five days to a short-list. // BRW;10/21/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 41, p66
Reports on Melbourne company Final 5's method of recruiting employees that combines conventional approaches, the Internet, artificial intelligence and patented software to come up with a short-list. Companies with 20 to 250 employees as Final 5's main clients; Absence of direct competitors in...
- How to net that new job. James, Lisa // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;1/5/2004, Issue 1699, p56
The Internet is being used by travel recruitment companies and candidates as a quick and easy way to recruit and apply for jobs. But there are pitfalls to job searching the electronic way. Most travel recruitment companies now accept the majority of applications and CVs over the Internet. But,...
- GOOGLING YOUR DREAM JOB: HOW SEARCH AND SOCIAL NETWORKS HAVE CHANGED RECRUITMENT. Mitchell, Stewart // PC Pro;Feb2014, Issue 232, p036
The article looks at how the use of the internet and social media changed the manner of finding jobs. It cites recruitment companies such as Jobvite and CPH Consulting that view profiles of applicants through LinkedIn for matching people with the specifications for the job. It also notes that...