Time to jump off the online bandwagon?

Logan, Charles
June 2011
Recruiter;6/1/2011, p19
The author comments on the significance of online networking space for employee recruitment with proper strategy. He states that a research suggests that online networking is not always the right tool to use and one should use after developing proper strategy. He also states that the social media can also be used to add value to the process.


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