Tech Companies Turn to Web When Recruiting


More and more businesses, especially high-tech ones, are using their Internet sites to recruit personnel. A survey of Fortune 500 companies classified into six industry groups showed the increasing importance they put on these sites to get their corporate message across to job seekers.

 
Companies with a Web site that
   
Companies whose Web sites prominently featured information on their benefit plans:
   
Companies that showcased their work culture to potential candidates:
   
Companies that offered a separate online college recruiting section:
 
Source: Recruitsoft/iLogos Research, www.recruitsoft.com.

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