E-Recruiting: Categories and Analysis of Fortune 100 Career Web Sites

E-Recruiting: Categories and Analysis of Fortune 100 Career Web Sites

In Lee (Western Illinois University, USA)
Copyright: © 2005 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-435-4.ch004
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Abstract

Since the mid-1990s, a number of e-recruiting methods such as job boards, corporate career Web sites, and e-recruiting consortia have been introduced into the labor market. Recruiting through the corporate career Web site has been touted as the most efficient and cost-effective recruiting method among them. While most large and medium-sized organizations have deployed corporate career Web sites, many of them have failed to achieve the maximum benefits because they do not have the appropriate e-recruiting practice in place. After identifying six categories of e-recruiting sources, this study analyzes the corporate career Web sites of the Fortune 100 companies. Thirty-three attributes that characterize the corporate career Web sites were identified, named, and analyzed around four major categories: recruiting methods, job search tools, job application tools, and information on organizational attributes.

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