Hiring Without a Net: Groupon's Recruiter Speaks

Elmer, Vickie
July 2011
Fortune;7/25/2011, Vol. 164 Issue 2, p34
The article focuses on methods that human resource professional Dan Jessup utilizes in hiring employees for deal-of-the-day website company Groupon. It states that he leverages Groupon's employee base for business referrals and partners internal recruiters with hiring managers. It mentions that Groupon utilizes tracking software that connects to social media such as business social networking site Linkedln. It comments that Groupon focuses on the relevance and character of employee candidates.


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