Career Management - Among recruiting and staffing professionals, increased access to passive job candidates via social media presents the biggest opportunity for recruiting in 2013, according to a survey from Bullhorn.
If you’re a recruiter for your organization and using Twitter for recruitment purposes, you’ll still need to be conscious of your organization’s culture and brand. By bending personal and professional, you can find a balance that works.
Bullhorn, which develops a recruitment software and applicant tracking system, is releasing a new Social Recruiting Activity Report, which examines the usage of social media in executive and job recruiting.
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The Best of Social Media Recruiting 2011 Posted by David Smooke in Hiring made easy In 2011, social media recruiting took giant leaps. Everyday more people find talent through social media. We live in a...
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