Both job-seeker and employer search and selection activities are referred to as recruiting. Employer surveys provide insight into the substantial usage that companies now make of e-recruiting. E-recruiting services can help employers find and consider more, and more widely located job candidates in the early phases of the recruiting process. E-recruiting services can help employers find and consider more and more widely located job candidates in the early phases of the recruiting process. A downward pressure was anticipated on wage rates for types of jobs that outside workers can compete for and for which the numbers of qualified workers are globally plentiful. It is believed that e-recruiting is likely to be especially helpful for the U.S. multinational companies that need to hire in multiple nations.
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