Recruitment and Decision-Making: The Effects of Early Recruitment Practices on the Decision to Apply to an Organization

Abstract

This study explored the relationship between early recruitment practices (company visibility, social networking, campus presence and traditional practices) and decision making during the initial phase of the recruitment process. Results indicated that the relationship between early recruitment practices and decisions to apply were mediated by attraction and perceptions of organizational attributes.

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@inproceedings{Collins2015RecruitmentAD, title={Recruitment and Decision-Making: The Effects of Early Recruitment Practices on the Decision to Apply to an Organization}, author={Christopher J. Collins and Cynthia Kay Stevens and Robert H. Smith}, year={2015} }