One of the most common themes of RecruitCon 2018 was social media recruiting. Whether it’s recruiting via LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and even Snapchat, making sure you’re on social media for starters is a huge step in recruiting top talent.
Category: Social Media Recruiting
More and more organizations are finding that top candidates are more reachable through social media channels than through traditional means.
RecruitCon 2018 has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun stops! This article takes a look back at the top Tweets from RecruitCon 2018. Major recurring themes from this year’s event include: video job descriptions, candidate experience, social media recruiting, and much more!
With the prevalence of social media, employers are finding more and more uses for it in the workplace, for example, as a component of the talent management process. More and more organizations are taking advantage of the growing reach of social networking.
Recruitment advertising professionals can help you articulate and promote your employer brand. But when it comes to speaking about the employment experience, no one does it better than your employees.
Employee referral programs never go out of style, because they work. But not all programs get the same results.
What’s your social recruiting strategy? Are you using the same social media sites as last year, and the year before?
New research from the UK finds that most parents worry their children are harming their future job prospects by over-sharing online.
Workforce and economic development initiatives at the state level are nothing new. But faced with a worker shortage, states are now also trying to recruit employees.
As social media sites gain more traction in the employment and recruitment world, it’s essential for recruiters to stay up to date on the latest and most popular sites and tools. After all, 21st-century candidates live online. Anyone with access to the internet can post a job opening online, but there’s so much more out […]
Professional development works best when you understand the challenges and triumphs of your peers. With that in mind, what can recruiters learn from the field of medical sales recruiting?