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If you’ve ever been in the job market, you know about recruiters. And if you know about recruiters, chances are you probably don’t like them.
When using social media to screen candidates, a picture can be worth a thousand words. As LinkedIn® expert Brynne Tillman has shown us, having a good profile picture is a great first step in creating a candidate-centric profile on LinkedIn.
With the recruiting landscape rapidly shifting, the strategy for attracting and reaching today’s top talent requires a modern, multichannel approach. Recruiters have to think beyond e-mails, LinkedIn, and Glassdoor. They need to evolve and find better, faster ways to reach candidates where they are: on their phones.
Social media is a topic that can be hard to navigate, to say the least. It’s tempting to check out someone’s social media profiles—be it a first date, a new neighbor, or a potential or current employee.
In parts one and two of this article series, we’ve highlighted the basics of using your free LinkedIn® account to recruit top talent. Today’s focus will be on communicating with candidates after you’ve completed your LinkedIn search.
In yesterday’s article, we’ve already established what it takes to lure in candidates with an amazing LinkedIn® recruiter profile. Today we’ll uncover how to search for potential candidates using the free search function in LinkedIn.
If you’re new to the recruiting game and are unsure of where to begin finding talent, start with LinkedIn®. LinkedIn is basically professional Facebook, where working professionals in all industries can connect and leave the clutter of their personal lives behind. If you’re new to recruiting and LinkedIn, here are some tips for using the […]
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