Broadcasters Ask FCC to Allow Online-Only Recruiting

February 1, 2017

Why do broadcast stations still have to run print ads for job openings?

The time has come to update EEO rules to reflect today’s technological and employee recruitment landscape. So says a diverse consortium of broadcasters that filed comment with the Federal Communications Commission.

Read more at: http://www.radioworld.com/business-and-law/0009/broadcasters-ask-fcc-to-allow-onlineonly-recruiting/339078


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