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”
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Job Search Tip for 2013? Social Networking!
In 2013, you can be sure of one thing; getting a new job will start and ends with social media. Both job seekers and employers already take advantage of social networks; either through career sites, job boards or with cloud-based hiring tools like Ovation Technologies. Job seekers connect with employers to be “in the know”Continue reading “Job Search Tip for 2013? Social Networking!”
Four No-Fail Social Media Hiring Tips
Need to hire an employee fast? Social media has straightforward, effective and inexpensive (or FREE) ways to reach out to qualified candidates. More than 90 percent of companies are using social media to find new employees, according to a recent Jobvite study. The most popular: Twitter and Facebook and LinkedIn. If you’re up to the challenges presented by recruitment, hereContinue reading “Four No-Fail Social Media Hiring Tips”
Social Capabilities Builds in Recruiting Software Builds
Over the past several months, software vendors across the industry have announced social-recruiting releases and acquisitions. By Sarah Fister Gale for Workforce.com: Recruiters aren’t the only ones who see the business benefit of social media. Human resources software vendors are rapidly building or buying social-recruiting tools to take advantage of this burgeoning talent trend. Over the past severalContinue reading “Social Capabilities Builds in Recruiting Software Builds”
Time to Freshen Your Resume!
Searching for a new job, your resume is your first impression—your calling card. If it’s staler than last year’s Halloween candy, it’s going straight into the “retention file.” How do you refresh a stale resume?