Earlier this week Facebook previewed a new feature that allows users to privately share resumes, or in their parlance, work histories. Also this week, LinkedIn began rolling out video ads targeting its own LinkedIn Audience Network.
Unless your target candidate is from Europa, they are likely on Facebook. With over a billion daily active users, this platform should not be ignored by any brand. When using this platform, there are many factors that you should weigh including company size, brand recognition and budget.
BEGINNER: BECOME AN ADMIN OF YOUR CORPORATE FACEBOOK PAGE
Are LinkedIn Recommendations and Endorsements Reliable?
Could you write a job description using 30 words? How about 30 hashtags?
In this post, I’ll make the case for incorporating Instagram into your recruiting efforts.
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To consider using Instagram for recruiting, recruiters have to clear one mental hurdle:
Job postings don’t have to be words anymore.
A recent San Francisco Fed research report illustrated what those of us in the hiring and recruiting process have known for some time – jobs need to find talent in today’s “candidate market,” and not the other way around.
“He’s dead, Jim” is the error message you might see from Google when your computer doesn’t have enough memory to run a tab. It could also be used to describe the resume–and other ineffective and outdated hiring processes in the new era of job seeking.
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It’s surprisingly easy to make Twitter errors and as these can hinder you when using Twitter for hiring, here are 7 of the easiest to avoid.
Behind the anonymity that Twitter can afford, some people can be very rude. Arguing for the sake of arguing. Disagreeing spitefully. Personally attacking. Even bullying.
Recent college graduates have a serious problem. Job statistics increasingly show that college graduates are underemployed and, even when they find employment; they are only rarely in a field applicable to their college majors (or that they expected to get a job in). This isn’t ideal for young adults trying to get into rewarding careers, and ultimately it’s not good for business, either.
There is a seismic shift happening within our workplaces and within the world of HR. The workforce and workplace are changing as rapidly as the technology that runs them, and the HR profession has found that the legacy way of doing things no longer applies in the new world of work.
Social communication is the new key driver of change, and Millennials are using it to forge new models of leadership and to change the way work is accomplished in organizations.
Much like the life of movie character Ryan Bingham, a corporate downsizer played by George Clooney, the future of talent acquisition is up in the air.
In his webinar titled “How to Tell Your HR & Recruiting Story With Killer Content,” Matt Charney advises HR and recruiters on the importance of telling an organization’s story to attract talent and building a business case that supports the brand. Charney emphasizes that, “What differentiates outstanding and engaging content is that it has a narrative, a clear voice and relevance to the audience.”
Every story begins “Once upon a time…”