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Recruiting:

Finding Qualified Minorities and Women on the Web

William H. Truesdell

(c) 1999 - 2012 The Management Advantage, Inc.

Last updated: November 27, 2012

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Affirmative Action employers are constantly challenged to locate qualified job candidates, including those who are minorities or women. Sometimes, finding sources of candidates can be problematic. The World Wide Web has changed the way employers are able to conduct their candidate searches. Some say for the better. Others contend that using the internet is too much of a hassle to be worthwhile. Your opinion will undoubtedly be dependent on whether or not you have had success using WWW sources in your own candidate searches.

There are thousands of organizations, associations, and private businesses across the country that consider themselves primary sources of minority and female job candidates. They work hard at attracting individuals to their sites. The theory is simple. If a source can offer employers many candidates, the employer will be satisfied and return the next time they need qualified people for their job openings.

While we do not endorse any of the organizations which are sponsors of the web sites on our list, we think it is easier to have someplace to begin a hunt for qualified candidates. The web sites you will find on our list are offered as examples only. There are many more to select from. A visit to any of the popular web search engines will prove that to you.

PLEASE NOTE: We do not guarantee that the following links will be active when you try them. They were valid when we assembled this list. If you discover a link no longer works, we ask that you let us know so we can update our records and this report. Simply send us an email message indicating the address which no longer works. You can direct that email to tmainc@management-advantage.com . You may be able to use a search engine to discover that there is a new web address for the same organization.

If you have other links you would like us to add to this list, please let us know. Send your suggestions to: tmainc@management-advantage.com. We want to know what services have worked best for you.

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