Williams, Nadia
October 2008
Personnel Today;10/21/2008, p43
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the status of online recruitment in Great Britain. According to the Monster Employment Index, it declined for the fourth consecutive month, wherein the index fell to its lowest level in September 2008 since April 2007. According to Hugo Sellert, head of economic research at Monster Worldwide, the index suggest that the overall job losses are likely to intensify as the economic crises continues.


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