Using company web sites to e-recruit qualified applicants: A job marketing based review of theory-based research

@article{Maurer2011UsingCW,
  title={Using company web sites to e-recruit qualified applicants: A job marketing based review of theory-based research},
  author={Steven D. Maurer and David P. Cook},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2011},
  volume={27},
  pages={106-117}
}
In their rapidly expanding attempts to use company web sites to e-recruit job applicants in a world-wide labor market, employers have often found their hiring systems to be unexpectedly overwhelmed by large numbers of applications from poorly qualified individuals. To both limit and understand this phenomenon, this article employs a job marketing perspective to organize and review contemporary theory-based studies of the effects of web site recruiting sources on job seeker attitudes and… CONTINUE READING

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