Recruiting on the Web: Smart Strategies for Finding the Perfect Candidate / Edition 1by Michael Foster
Pub. Date: 12/23/2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Recruiting on the Web is the most comprehensive and advanced guide to Internet recruiting available anywhere. It explains the best practices, creative ideas and recruiting tools used by the most forward-looking companies and professional recruiters to lower their recruiting costs, slash cycle time, and hire the very best candidates via the/i>
Recruiting on the Web is the most comprehensive and advanced guide to Internet recruiting available anywhere. It explains the best practices, creative ideas and recruiting tools used by the most forward-looking companies and professional recruiters to lower their recruiting costs, slash cycle time, and hire the very best candidates via the Web.
Recruiting on the Web will help recruiters and Human Resources professionals plan a Web-based recruiting campaign to quickly fill a position with the right candidate. It will also help managers, executives, and small-business owners save thousands of dollars in advertising costs by taking charge of their own hiring process, using the power of the Web.
Readers will learn to:
- Organize inexpensive but highly effective job posting campaigns
- Select, evaluate and post to the best niche job boards
- Work more successfully with Monster.com, HotJobs, CareerBuilder
- Find candidates hidden in companies, universities, and organizations
- Build a recruiting Web site
- Find great diversity candidates using the Web
- Build a Web-based employee referral system
- Build a Web-based college recruiting plan
- And much more
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Recruiting on the Web is the definitive work on recruiting in the Internet age. It serves as a comprehensive manual providing detail instructions on how to employ the Web to identify and recruit quality candidates. The principles the author provides apply equally to small companies seeking to hire one person, as well as to large corporations hiring thousands. They apply to companies in all industries, seeking to fill different level positions for diverse functions. The information in the book is based upon the experiences of the author's company, providing e-recruitment training courses that more than 25,000 recruiting executives, managers and staff have attended. The directions and solutions covered in the book, are based upon real world experience. The author specifies 'Best in Class' companies, tools, products and professional service firms, that recruiters can avail themselves of to maximize their recruitment ROI while identifying and recruiting the highest quality candidates. This fact crammed work is a must read for anyone who is recruiting candidates for any position, whether a corporate recruiter, or an employee of a professional recruiting firm.
A must read for employers, HR managers, and recruiters. Clearly outlined strategy for recruiting and retaining top talent. Well written too, easy to understand format and good structure.