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Online Recruiting

   

Definition: Online Recruiting
is a form of recruitment that allows businesses to use various internet-based solutions – for example, online advertising, job listings, social media and company websites to source and hire the best candidates.

The prolific use of the internet for recruiting has made it easier to source candidates and conduct interviews as well as process the relevant paperwork required to hire and train candidates. Online recruitment is a way to provide businesses with an efficient and cheaper way to fill positions.

However, the criteria that are typically used are often short-term oriented, technical and superficial, not to mention discriminatory practices.


   
   
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