The importance of the Internet for recruiting is out of the question – what should you keep in mind? The Internet has evolved to become main market square when it comes to the placement of job vacancies. Three out of four vacancies only on Web sites and on online job boards are 2012 already published estimates by labor market experts. Also older workers and workers take advantage of this opportunity to obtain an overview of the labor market fast, targeted and cost-effective. In short: The Internet dominates the job search, and dominance will only increase in the coming years. For employers, it is important to inspire many applicants for advertised positions and to move to submit of the required application documents. At least just as important it it however, already in the design and placement of the advertisement the Group aimed at, from which one wishes applications. Here goes: not too vaguely formulated, come straight to the point and select the proper channels about the you would like to publish the offer. For vacancies of the corporate identity is of course first and foremost.
Virtually every company today has its own website. Here there is a good chance that the ad is read by job seekers who have an appropriate educational background and are interested in employment at the company headquarters on the other hand. Thus can be assumed by high-quality applications. But many corporate Web sites have very low numbers of visitors, which is reflected also in a low number of applications. The way of job boards here then in addition to choose, which are regularly visited by many job seekers what can be expected a large number of applications. In addition to large, well-known sites that offer all jobs for all possible occupations, there are also small and very specialized offers. The latter often promise high quality of applicants, a job board for engineers is also visited by such. Many more points of view is to weigh it, and to make truly reliable statements and continue to optimize their own recruiting, the different channels must be closely monitored and evaluated.