Arbita’s Recruitment Genome Project is an important milestone in our community, representing an earnest attempt to utilize primary research to understand which recruitment strategies work and which don’t. We’re very excited to have the opportunity to present this research to our community and discuss the findings at our conference and expo in November.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) August 26, 2009
Arbita, a leading provider of recruitment marketing technology, media planning and consulting services, today announced a special edition of Arbita’s Recruitment Genome Project conducted in collaboration with Onrec.com and Kennedy Information. The goal of this special research initiative is to compare the recruitment practices of the Onrec.com and Kennedy Information communities with those of the broader recruitment community. Results will first be published in a report during the fourth quarter of 2009 and subsequently presented during a panel session at the Onrec.com Online Recruitment Conference and Expo, November 3 and 4 in Chicago. The Conference and Expo is jointly hosted by Onrec.com and Kennedy Information.
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Arbita’s Recruitment Genome Project is a multi-year study which seeks to identify all the building blocks of the world’s most successful recruitment programs – including frequently overlooked elements such as recruitment training and education. Arbita published the first Recruitment Genome Report earlier this year based on the findings of the first wave of research. The 2009 Recruitment Genome Report delineated the top recruitment best practices shared by leading companies who successfully reach their recruitment goals year in and year out. The report also provided guidance on determining the best recruitment mix.
Download the report: http://www.arbita.net/Offer/Recruitment-Genome-Report-Download.html.
“Response to Arbita’s Recruitment Genome Project has been overwhelming,” said Don Ramer, Founder and CEO, Arbita. “Thousands of recruitment professionals participated in our first wave of research, and thousands more read our first report. We’re excited to extend our research to the Onrec.com and Kennedy Information communities. And we’re excited to get another shot at the research now that the economy is showing some signs of recovery.”
“This is an exciting new program for Onrec.com members,” said R.D. Whitney, CEO, North America, Onrec.com. “Arbita’s Recruitment Genome Project is an important milestone in our community, representing an earnest attempt to utilize primary research to understand which recruitment strategies work and which don’t. We’re very excited to have the opportunity to present this research to our community and discuss the findings at our conference and expo in November.”
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Since 1993, Arbita has been connecting leading employers with the best talent on the Internet, all over the world. Our recruitment marketing technology, media planning and consulting services have been developed with the belief that every client deserves a partner with their best interests at heart. Arbita is based in Minneapolis, MN and on the Web at http://www.arbita.net
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