E -Recruitment Transforming the Dimensions of Online Job Seeking: A case of Pakistan

Shuaib Ahmed, Hammad Tahir, Syed Waleed Warsi

Abstract


This research study aims to investigate the influence of adoption of e-recruitment method by job seekers in karachi, Pakistan. It also analyzes the relationship between e-recruitment and their adoption behavior. A convenient sample of 250 job seekers from different universities students of Karachi was taken. After validating the instrument, one sample t-test was performed to test the relationship of selected variables i.e. cost saving, time saving, extensive search and unlimited excess with the behavior of job seekers in adopting a e-recruitment method. Using SPSS 17.0 Statistical evidence at 0.05 level of significance proved that cost saving, time saving, extensive search and unlimited excess are significantly correlated with a e-recruitment adoption. The findings are helpful for academicians, organizations and other institutions to design and market new web pages to attract more and more job seekers.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v5i1.6161

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