Recently, Employment Review revealed that making better use of online recruitment is the best way to save money when attracting new recruits.
“The findings show that altering one or two aspects of online recruitment often yielded the most effective outcomes for candidate attraction. These included making greater and better use of corporate websites, general job boards and specialist job boards (56%), improving their use of intranets to advertise jobs on them more effectively (60%), and encouraging readers of printed job ads to go onto a nominated website to find out more information about the job and the employer (47%).”
The benefits of e-recruitment may seem too good to be true. But research shows that teachers from all sectors and at all levels search for jobs online. Employers will have difficulty attracting high quality jobseekers if they do not take steps to engage with people online as well. Unless they have a prominent brand, employers must drive jobseekers to their corporate websites through the use of jobs boards or search engines. Once they have done this, they must present themselves in a way that will attract the jobseeker, and build a relationship with them so that they want to apply for a role. At Eteach we offer a range of job advertising and communication solutions to suit all in the education sector.
Will e-recruitment be the only solution to complete recruitment?
Dan @ Eteach