Wanted: Better Job Listings

“Labor markets are tight, and finding candidates, especially for tough-to-fill technical jobs, is expensive. That makes the World Wide Web look like a drea

“Labor markets are tight, and finding candidates, especially for tough-to-fill technical jobs, is expensive. That makes the World Wide Web look like a dream recruiting tool. But it doesn’t seem nearly as attractive if about three of every four online job seekers give up in frustration before submitting an application. That, however, is the failure rate that Web consultants Mark Hurst of Creative Good and Jakob Nielsen of Nielsen Norman Group found in E-Recruiting: Online Strategies in the War for Talent, a study of six corporate recruiting sites.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE