Recruitment and Certification of Employees
with Colleges and Universities
Building bridges to colleges and universities
can help employers recruit more effeciently and successfully.
Links to Colleges
at National Association
of Colleges and Employers
The Internet has changed the way in which job seekers search for positions
and employers fill vacancies. Below are links to some of the most popular
web-based marketplaces of employment.
Recruiters link qualified job seekers
with openings at the sites listed below.
Korn/Ferry International's Future
There is now, more than ever, open access to information about salaries.
As employers, you need to know what job seekers are learning about competitive
Browse by Field
and Location within Salary Expert
Browse by Field
and Location within Bureau
of Labor Statistics Public Data Query
Browse by Education
within Bureau of Labor
Statistics Overview of Salaries
Certification and Screening
How can employers be sure that prospective
employees have the required skills? Today there are Internet sites that
will test and certify individuals and report test results to firms. Resume
screening is another tool to reduce the work of human resource offices.
and Licensing Requirements: America's
Career Info Net
Screening Simulator [PDF file: 545 KB]
Peter Cappelli. (March 2001). "Making
the Most of Online Recruiting." HBR On-point Enhanced Edition.
Boston MA: Harvard Business School Press. May be purchased online from
the Harvard Business Press Online
Applied Personnel Research. (1997). A
Review of Computer-Assisted Application Screening Tests and Job Analysis
Software. International Personnel Management Association Assessment
Council (Read it at IPMAAC
Online [PDF File: 355 KB]).