How to create the right image on your Web site

Baillie, John
February 1997
People Management;2/20/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p46
Argues that human resource practitioners need to involve themselves more fully in their organization's presence on the World Wide Web. Percentage of United States' companies that are using Internet for recruiting applicants; Why Web site's image is important; Example of the innovative and non-innovative use of Web design; Some information about Web pages. INSET: Site-seeing tour..


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