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Weaving the New Web: Designing a Web 2.0: Solution to 'Catch' Job candidates

Bai, Lei (2010) Weaving the New Web: Designing a Web 2.0: Solution to 'Catch' Job candidates.

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Abstract:The electronic technologies have been embedded in current HRM, which is known as E-HRM. The E-recruitment is one of the most important applications of E-HRM. By using Internet and other computer-based technologies, there are many recruitment approaches could be used by organizations, such as using corporate website and commercial job boards to announce job opening. Organizations earn many benefits from current Internet recruiting approaches. However, within current Internet recruiting approaches, employers are in a passive position. They have to wait to be connected by applicants, and then make selection basing on existing applicant pool. As a result, the outcome of Internet recruitment by using existing approaches is becoming lack of satisfaction. Therefore, we would like to propose a solution in this thesis that could overcome this recruitment problem. In this design, employers could take initiatives on recruiting talented candidates from Web 2.0 applications. And both active job seekers and passive job seekers could be located by employers.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:85 business administration, organizational science
Programme:Business Administration MSc (60644)
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