May 2014
Workforce;May2014, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p36
The article reports on the impact of new digital revolution on employee recruitment practices. It is said that the use new digital technologies has brought about dramatic changes at home and work. Several organizations also are rethinking human resources in light of an emerging class of social and market-based tools. INSET: The Digital Technologies Driving Democratization.


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