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A Study on Recruiter's Satisfaction of Online Recruitment
Online recruitment site
Rapid development of the Internet has led to enormous change regarding recruiting issues. Literature shows that the online recruitment sites facilitate job seekers a lot, but meanwhile, we know less about recruiter’s satisfaction towards the service and technique provided by online recruitment sites. For this reason, this research is to probe into recruiter’s satisfaction of online recruitment sites. Questionnaire survey was conducted to collect the data, and the samplings who pay for job vacancies ads are randomly chosen from 1111 Job Bank. The conclusions are summarized as follows: 1. Recruiter’s are satisfied with “computer-operation and customer-service” more than “database performance,” “information and charge,” and “instant service and function” provided by online recruitment sites. 2. Regarding service and techniques provided by online recruitment sites, there are no significant differences in satisfaction between the manufacturing industry and the non-manufacturing industry. 3. The recruiters who use other Job Banks as well are more satisfied than the recruiters who use 1111 Job Bank only.
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