The Pew Center for Research determined that 74 percent of online adults are using social media to share and get their information about pretty much anything and everything. Moreover, 21 percent of job seekers claim to have found their dream job through the use of social media.
Think Twitter is off limits to online recruiting? Think again. Retweeting, mentioning and hashtagging are all means of networking on this particular social network, and using these techniques of getting and staying in touch with your followers can help you find your next new hire.
Recruiters are already highly aware of the benefits of social recruiting and leveraging tools such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to help draw in candidates. And with so many outlets available to use, it is especially difficult to maximize their usefulness. Twitter is an especially important tool because it puts information into people’s hands quickly […]
The world is changing, whether it’s the seasons or the winning streak of the Chicago Blackhawks. The world fluctuates, people fluctuate, and the ways people communicate fluctuate. As a human resources professional it is your job to stay on top of these things so you can keep your company changing for the better. One of […]
Trash-talking your employer via social media is a bone-headed and unprofessional thing to do. But can you, and should you, fire an employee over it? Employee terminations over social media use have been hot topics in the news for the past few years, and it is important for employers to know when they can oust […]