You want to hire the best people, quickly. How can you most effectively use the new online recruiting tools — online classifieds, job boards, resume services?
The classic ways to recruit are still good: Classified ads in regional or national newspapers as well as trade publications and employee referrals; even a sign in your restaurant window can still work well.
But the Internet is the main recruiting resource for the more and more businesses, and it does offer some powerful advantages for many kinds of recruitment.
This Buyer’s Guide will give you an overview of key considerations in your recruitment process and point you to some tools that can be helpful. Find out about different ways you can recruit people, with a breakdown of the cost of the different options for advertising your job, searching resume databases, and using recruiters and agencies to help you find the people you need.
You’ll also get an introduction to the other tools that can support your recruitment efforts: free salary-survey tools, fancy networking services online, resume-sorting software, and more.
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Ways to Recruit Online — We delve into the uses and limitations of the online recruiting services (both free and paid) and tell you how to pick the services that suit your hiring needs. Read More »
Getting Started in Online Recruiting — Five steps to launching your online recruiting. Read More »
How to Hire — What do you do once you’ve found some candidates? Here are a few guidelines and cautions on the rest of the hiring process. Read More »
Additional Resources — Expert advice from AllBusiness.com, along with articles and links to online services for all stages of the recruiting process. Read More »