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Employers commonly use the internet to attract and recruit candidates.
Popular channels include: online job boards; traffic-generation strategies; search engine optimisation and search engine marketing; social media and business networking channels; and the employer’s corporate website or corporate careers site.
28 Jan 2005
Home improvement retailer B&Q is to use interactive digital television (iDTV) to form an integral part of its next major UK recruitment drive due to start next month.
25 Jan 2005
The use of a new online recruitment system has given Sainsbury's information about management jobs for the first time, a senior HR executive at the supermarket chain has admitted.
18 Jan 2005
Ten years since the first sites were launched in the UK, the industry now boasts hundreds of commercial jobs boards and 11 million jobseekers. Tim Elkington examines what's in store for employers and candidates over the next decade
24 Nov 2004
The NHS Leadership Centre has introduced a new online numerical reasoning test to cut the administrative time and cost of...
2 Nov 2004
In-house job sites have been a catalyst in the recruitment process, but more investment is needed in key stages for...
21 Sep 2004
An online recruitment system has cut Woolworths‘ direct hire costs by 70 per cent.
Woolworths is one of...
8 Jun 2004
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8 Jun 2004
Compass Group has served up an innovative recruitment website in a bid to scoop the hottest talent.
1 Apr 2004
If you use employment agencies or employment businesses to recruit new staff or temporary employees your relationships with such companies will undergo significant legal changes from 6 April.
1 Apr 2004
The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003 have been some time in the making. But after a number of consultations, the update to the 1976 Regulations finally comes into force this month, with a three-month period for implementation.