A radical vision of recruitment (4.0)

Jeffery, Matthew
July 2011
Recruiter;7/27/2011, p21
The article focuses on the future trend of recruitment in 2020, mentioning that recruitment 4.0 will focus on the value of communities and is profit centre. It notes that crowd sourcing of candidates and ideas will be a vast asset to recruitment, and mentions that engaged communities is essential. Moreover, it suggests that gamification would aid recruiters in keeping people engaged in their career sites or social networking platforms.


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