E-recruitment Adoption among Chinese Job-Seekers

  • Haili Zhang


China has the second largest economy in the world, and businesses in the country are robust. In line with technological changes, businesses have also been fast in adopting newer technological or digital trends. One of these trends is E-recruitment. Data gathered from 404 randomly selected Chinese respondents were analyzed using structural equation modeling to identify the factors involved in the process leading to E-recruitment adoption. The multi-stage analysis results indicated that outcome expectation positively affects perceived usefulness of E-recruitment, while internet self-efficacy affects perceive ease of use. In turn, both perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use influence behavioral intention to use E-recruitment. The findings and recommendations provide valuable insights on the adoption of E-recruitment and its implications in modern businesses


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