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Q: how to put on the recruitment information

how to post the recruitment information

3 years 16 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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Click 'Jobs' top L of this page and open tag 'Are you an employer' middle of the page on R side and continue there.

 

You could also send letter to Admin from 'Contact Us' on the bottom of this page on 'How to ....employee' guidance.

 

 Good lucky! .... by getting an employee 

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Click 'Jobs' top L of this page and open tag 'Are you an employer' middle of the page on R side and continue there.

 

You could also send letter to Admin from 'Contact Us' on the bottom of this page on 'How to ....employee' guidance.

 

 Good lucky! .... by getting an employee 

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are you going to tell us or are you asking a question?

 

posting a job on this site is quite simple, and a little research on your part should be able to figure it out. (it is not rocket science)

Go to the Jobs section.

if you are too lazy to do this yourself, are you saying you are a typical employee for the company you work for?

if you are a typical employee for you are not a great advertisement for the company you work for.

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