The most imaginative social recruitment goes far beyond using LinkedIn for job postings and contacting candidates. Is your social media recruitment strategy attracting the best candidates, or is it just a stream of ignored job postings?
In 2014, 93% of recruiters will use social media to evaluate job candidates Competition is increasing in the head hunting industry as well, and recruiters are primarily investing more in social recruitment to beat their competitors, beyond referral...
The effect of social technologies in customer-facing processes is already significant. Our survey finds that while overall adoption of these tools has plateaued, companies can do more to measure and then capture social’s benefits. A McKinsey & Company article.
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