As ever, I'm happy to hear dissenting voices. If a business wants to declare these channels unsuitable for certain roles/levels in a company then I'd like to speak to them. And the more international the perspective, the better.
If you're an online recruiter and you want to blow your own trumpet then fine, but I'm after hard facts and economic validation for a serious business readership.
My deadlines are extremely tight. All interviews to be concluded by close of play on Friday October 25 at the very latest, and preference will be given to sources who turn up well before then.
The formal brief for this article is as follows.
The traditional role of the recruitment agency has been transformed by the web and social media. How have agencies responded to these technology changes? Sites like Monster.com and LinkedIn now play a key role in the recruitment process. How are companies using these online resources to fill vacancies? What are the benefits and risks of online recruiting.