E - Definitions

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    e-recruiting

    E-recruitment, also known as online recruitment, is the practice of using technology and in particular Web-based resources for tasks involved with finding, attracting, assessing, interviewing and hiring new personnel.

  • electronic resume

    An electronic resume is a plain text (ASCII), PDF or HTML document that provides an employer with information regarding a job candidate's professional experience, education and job qualifications and is meant to be read by a computer program instead of by a human being.

  • employee assessment software

    Employee assessment software is technology that helps an organization determine to what degree a job candidate is a match for an open position.

  • employee engagement

    Employee engagement is a human resources (HR) metric generally considered to be the willingness of an employee to expend discretionary effort at work.

  • employee life cycle

    The employee life cycle (ELC, also sometimes spelled as employee lifecycle) is a human resources model that identifies stages in employees’ careers to help guide their management and optimize associated processes.

  • employee referral software

    Employee referral software is technology that enables HR managers to collect candidate recommendations from current employees to fill job openings.

  • expense report software

    Expense report software is a computer program or suite that provides enterprise administrators with a clear picture of the organization's spending through automated analytics and reporting.

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