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Report
Maximize Online
Recruitment to Grow
Your Business
August 2, 2006
David Wright
Vice President and General Manager
Monster Market
http://info.monster.com
A Paradigm Shift
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For years, job seekers were either
– “active”  looking to change jobs in the near future
– “passive”  happy in the current role and not looking for a job
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The Internet has changed this paradigm, creating a new
category of job seeker
– “actively passive”  may not change jobs in next few months, but
they:
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Monitor what jobs are available
Post their resume online and let employers come to them
Know if current salary is competitive to the market
Job agents allow them to decide whether to respond
The White Collar to Blue Collar Shift
– Traditional blue collar jobs moving online
– 10% of jobs on Monster are skilled & hourly positions
Maximize Your Online Recruiting
Success
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Look for the best Return on Investment (ROI)
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Get Smart
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Online is the most cost-effective recruiting method
Automate to Save Time
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Broad or targeted reach?
Average Cost Per Hire by Recruiting Source
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Research hiring and recruiting trends to pinpoint strategies and avoid mistakes
Define Your Target
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Compare the price of job posting resources
Online recruiting can reduce the administrative time for small business
Maintain an ongoing hiring plan
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To keep your business running smoothly, it’s important to keep recruiting channels
open
*Source: comScore Media Metrix, 2006
A Better Way to Hire
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Streamline your hiring and put quality resources to work
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Get the tools you need to pinpoint the best candidates for your
company
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ROI is measurable through reduced recruiter and hiring manager
time, increased productivity, and decreased turnover
To learn more,
please visit the Monster booth
Thank You!
http://info.monster.com

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