Modelling Factors Influencing Employer for Adoption of Internet Recruiting: Typology and Determining Factors
Jaypee Business School, Jaypee Institute of Information & Technology University,
In this paper, an attempt has been made to develop a conceptual model on factors that influence employer for adoption of internet recruiting and also to describe a typology and determining factors. Understanding influential issues for adoption is imperative in measuring the dynamics of internet recruiting and their probable success or failure. The paper proposes a typology of factors in adoption of internet recruiting. In addition, it also explains the general outline for examining employer responses, by presenting the relationship between the factors contributing to the phases of adoption which can lead to a specific action. In conclusion, the paper discusses directions for future research regarding Internet recruiting issues and its adoption thereof.
Keywords: Modelling, Adoption, Internet Recruitment, Typology, Employer Behaviour, Influential Factors