Does your brand stand out in social media? A competitive analysis is a good way to find out. This step-by-step process will help you find the data you need and explain how to turn it into actionable insights.
When candidates rate their experience with your recruiting process, are you going to earn one star, or five? It's already happening to staffing firms on Yelp. And it will tip the economics decisively in favor of recruiting teams that invest in great service.
"We have seen a large surge in the number of Social Recruiting tools and products in the last few years. Some of these evolved their hiring software into a Social Web platforms, whilst others launched as pure-play Social Recruiting software."
"Third-party sites that rate "influence" are relatively new on the scene, but they're already changing the way recruiting is done. Current frontrunner Klout, which launched in 2008, was the first popular social media analytics... [click the photo for the full story]
"The good folk from Google are preparing to make a major change to the results we get when searching, and that’s going to have a big impact on how your career site needs to be structured." Click the photo to find out what you need to know.
"If you're a candidate who's been doubting the value of engaging more extensively via social media, this infographic should certainly have you sitting up and paying attention....." Click on the photo for the full infographic.
"According to the latest census in 2011, there’s roughly 311.5M people living in the United States, of which more than 232M are connected via mobile devices such as cell phones, smartphones and tablets. A full 94% of US adults age 18-44 own a mobile device, and it’s estimated that in 2012 more than half of all mobile users will own smartphones." Click the photo to see the full infographic.
NPR is a thriving media organization at the forefront of digital innovation. Lars Schmidt, NPR’s Director of Talent Acquisition, spoke last week at the Recruiting Innovation Summit about the social recruiting program he built at NPR with limited and resources.
In his presentation, Lars shares examples and metrics about what’s worked, what hasn’t and how to build internal support within your organization for social recruiting. This presentation is a “must see” for any organization serious about implementing social recruiting. Click the title above to see the video.