What Everybody Ought to Know About Social Media Recruitment


Social media recruitment does not have to be difficult, after you learn the things you ought to know. Start with three key players in social media recruitment: LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. With billions of users, the “big hitters” of social media recruitment, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, have become a natural draw both recruiters and candidates. JobContinue reading “What Everybody Ought to Know About Social Media Recruitment”

Social Media Recruitment: Six Metrics Show NOW is the Time!


Six key metrics indicate social media recruitment is here to stay The wave of the future? Clearly it is social media recruitment! As the economy improves, passive job-seekers start becoming active. Everyone will be searching for the next great opportunity. In the past, executives needed only a well-qualified recruiter as the best way to reachContinue reading “Social Media Recruitment: Six Metrics Show NOW is the Time!”

Are Paper Resumes Dead?


A few employers are signaling the paper resume is dead! They look at social media, Facebook and Klout scores. Some even go as far as asking for resumes through Twitter. Get ready for the moment you see a job post saying, “no paper resumes.” Companies will identify qualified candidates by social media influence on KloutContinue reading “Are Paper Resumes Dead?”

Fired Over Social Media: Will HR Do It? Can They?


Badmouthing your company on social media is both unethical and not a particularly smart thing to do. Should human resources fire an employee over it? Can they fire them? Terminations because of social media use have been one of the hot topics for human resources in the past few years. It is imperative that employersContinue reading “Fired Over Social Media: Will HR Do It? Can They?”

Twitter the Place to Land New Jobs/USA TODAY


by Bruce Horovitz, USA TODAY Updated: 02/17/2013 08:24am Out: résumés. In: tweets. Several tech-forward marketing companies are going where few have gone before: they’re ditching the résumé and the conventional job interview process for tweets. A simple tweet or two — sometimes called Twitterviews — can lead to a job. In a nation where unemploymentContinue reading “Twitter the Place to Land New Jobs/USA TODAY”

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