The influence of recruiter characteristics and organizational recruitment support on perceived recruiter effectiveness: Views from applicants and recruiters
There is very limited information about the whether organizational recruitment practices influence the impressions made by recruiters on job applicants. Results of a study suggest that, similar to previous research, a large proportion of variance in applicants' overall impressions of recruiters could be explained as a function of their impressions about more specific recruiter characteristics and behaviors, particularly perceived concern for the applicant and information give to applicants, and enthusiasm regarding the job vacancy.
Published Article/Book Citation
Human Relations, 50:12 (1997) pp.1563
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