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Corporate job sites becoming more interactive

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When someone lands on the “Careers” page at your organization’s web site, what can he or she do? Most employers’ sites give two options: (1) Fill out an application or (2) leave the site. But that is starting to change. “In the future, you’re going to provide more options to applicants,” said Matthew Adam, VP of NAS Recruitment Communications.

Examples: Allow people to add your job listings to their personal home page; subscribe to your “talent network” e-letter or RSS feed; subscribe to your job blog; or participate in live chats with your recruiters.

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