Larger companies pay less to recruit talent

11/28/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

Smaller companies are likely to pay more in order to recruit employees, Bersin & Associates reports. Companies with more than 10,000 workers pay a median price of about $1,950 to recruit a new employee, compared with more than $3,600 at small firms. Larger companies benefit from having more hiring staff and needing to outsource their recruitment efforts less often, says Josh Bersin, CEO of Bersin & Associates.

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