What are the advantages of online recruitment? How long will you have to wait to get hired from an online recruitment?
There are actually thousands of jobs available online.
Online recruitment has been in the World Wide Web for years now and it is also known as web based recruitment or e-recruitment. It is very helpful for recruiters and contractors meet one another, isn’t that amazing even if you’re looking for a job abroad. For most recruiters, ads are usually posted in their own website and some recruitment jobs are posted on 3rd party job sites or job boards. On the other hand, candidates can display their CVs to their website or social networking sites like LinkedIn, FaceBook, etc., or others may submit their CVs directly to the website of the recruiters, wherein they are allowed to upload their resumes.
#1 You can surely save piles of money by posting job vacancies to your own company website because it comes for free, instead of advertising on job boards wherein much money is required but then there is no money-back-guarantee. However, it is still cheaper compared to the traditional Classified Ads or when you advertise on national newspapers, Wherein you have less chances of having the readers go to that particular section or post, not to mention the thousands of money you have to spend for it. So which way is better? You decide.
Quick and Easy
#2 It would be too much to describe that online recruitment is as quick as a day away. Let’s say, you post your ad in the morning and you will have a candidate interviewed by the end of the day. It often happens, but it’s really quick. In addition to that, it is no brainer to post a job vacancy on your website but if any problems persist, ask any job board sales representative to help you.
#3 Online advertisement of job vacancies to your company website or to any job boards will be “on” 24/7 along with their office administrator and their Financial Director. Dissimilar to the traditional print ads which is only viewable by few people happen to see the Classified Ads column of a particular issue of a particular national or local newspapers. Plus, everyone needs a job and internet is a more likely used tool in job hunting.
Source by Lindsay Garcia