Screening Candidates Through Social Media

Dice

At this point, social recruiting is firmly ensconced in the toolboxes of most recruiters. Although it’s not the be-all and end-all of their work, more and more recruiters find social media provides them with a universe of qualified candidates that’s both wide in numbers and deep in specific skills. But social media can be an important part of the hiring process, even after a candidate has made it past the résumé review, telephone screen or even the first interview.

Andy Headworth – Social Media Recruitment Book Launch

Web Based Recruitment

Video Marketing & Social Media Advertising For Recruiters. Andy Headworth – Social Media Recruitment Book Launch. It was hosted by Andy Headworth who is the author of a brand new book called Social Media Recruitment. For those of you who remember that far back I ran Europe’s first ever Social Media in Recruitment Conference back in July 2009 and Andy kindly spoke at two out of the five Social Media Recruitment Conferences that I ran.

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Tips for Policing Employee Social Media as Elections Near

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Generally, a private company can discipline an employee for a problematic social media post without issue because the First Amendment applies only to government action. Some states have legislated on employers’ ability to control employees’ social media postings.

Employee Policies for Social Media

Recruiting Daily Advisor

The rapid emergence of social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and others means that virtually anyone can have a platform to share his or her views with the world in their rawest form. If that individual happens to work for your company, that could pose some tricky questions about if and how to manage employee social media use. In this post, we look at one factor to consider with such policies: the relationship between the post and the company.

Employer Branding: Using Social Media to Boost your Brand

Speaker: Audra Knight, Recruitment Operations Manager, Tenable

Social Media is a powerful way to boost your brand. In this webinar, Audra Knight, Recruitment Operations Manager at Tenable, will help you optimize your company presence on the big three – Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. She will also cover what channels and social content work for each stage of the inbound recruitment funnel.

Why You Should Supplement Recruitment Marketing with Social Media

Recruitics

One such development in the space that has captivated recruiters is the use of social media in talent acquisition. When people think of social media as a recruitment tool, they immediately think of LinkedIn or Glassdoor. True, both are in the social media family and are primarily targeted at the jobs space; however, social media provides many more channels to recruiters than the two listed above.

How Social Media Fits Into Recruitment Marketing

Valuehire

Ask around and see if you’re able to locate just one person who doesn’t have a single social media account. We’re willing to bet you will either find no one or the odd person who doesn’t require social media to forward his/her career. In today’s world, social media can provide the chief means of locating employment. Why is social media such an important part of establishing your employer brand? Here’s a challenge for you.

Social Media Recruiting 101

ApplicantPro

If you play a role in the hiring process at your organization and you don’t have a solid social media recruiting strategy, you’re missing out on one of the most powerful resources available to access qualified candidates. Forbes states the because of Social Media “We’re All Marketers Now“. We are all adapting to the modern world by tapping into a powerful resource and HR should be doing the same – enter social media recruiting.

Do The Social Media Recruitment Tips Still Hold True From 6 Years Ago?

Web Based Recruitment

Do The Social Media Recruitment Tips Still Hold True From 6 Years Ago? July 16, 2015 By Mike Taylor Leave a Comment It’s hard to believe as I write this post that I organised Europe’s first ever Social Media in Recruitment Conference back on the 16th July 2009 (6 years ago today). Number 1 Tips Video For Using Social Media In Recruitment. xmlns:dc="[link] xmlns:trackback="[link]. --> Filed Under: Blog , Social Media In Recruitment.

9 Steps To Clean Up Your Social Media Image

4 Corner Resources Staffing Blog

What may not be as top-of-mind is your social media presence. According to a CareerBuilder survey , 70 percent of employers actively investigate social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to screen candidates during the hiring process.

Recruitment Marketing: More Than Revamping Your Career Sites

Speaker: Matt Alder, Host & Producer, The Recruiting Future Podcast.

Talent acquisition functions are fixated on developing an authentic employer brand. However, that's not the be-all and end-all. When it comes to attracting candidates, you need to have targeted recruitment content at every stage of the candidate journey where they may interact with your company - your careers page, job descriptions, and social media.Join Matt Alder, Producer and Host of The Recruiting Future Podcast, to learn how to refresh your recruitment marketing efforts and set yourself apart from competitors.

Using Social Media for Social HR Recruiting

RecruitmentJuice

Successful businesses need to have the right human resources on hand at the right time. The post Using Social Media for Social HR Recruiting appeared first on Recruitment Juice. Recruitment Social Media hr recruiting social social media social recruiting

Tips for Using Social Media in Recruiting

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Social media can be a simple and cost-effective way to connect with potential job candidates. Most employers today use social media in some capacity, but not all use it for recruiting. Let’s take a look at some tips for doing just that. Using Social Media in Recruiting: Do’s. Ensure that the employer’s social media profiles are kept current and complete and that they all reflect the organizational culture and vision.

A Sourcer’s Love-Hate Relationship With Social Media

ERE SourceCon

Social recruiting in the past few years has become a force to be reckoned with. From the tools that help source and to the types of information that are collected social media has become an integral part of a recruiter’s life. Understanding the good, the bad, and the ugly of social recruitment helps explain the depths of a recruiter’s love/hate relationship with social media.

Why Automation Is the Logical Next Step for Social Media Recruiting

JazzHR

Social media recruiting is an effective way to reach passive job seekers. Social media provides an excellent platform on which to reach these types of candidates. Social recruiting allows recruiters to see what candidates are passionate about. Why social media recruiting works. Passive job candidates don’t look at job postings, so recruiters need to engage them on different channels. Plus, social recruiting can be cost-effective.

Big Brother In The Office

Speaker: Jim Stroud, Recruiting & Talent Acquisition Expert

Companies have started adapting their hiring practices to better understand their candidates. We are now seeing advanced technologies that monitor the emotional fitness of their workers, AI scanning the faces of candidates to see if they are telling the truth, and even employees getting microchipped. Join recruiting expert Jim Stroud in this SHRM Approved webinar as he discusses how technology is affecting all aspects of the workplace.

Tips for Staffing Agencies to Run Effective Social Media Campaigns in 2020

AkkenCloud

Every single aspect should be smooth, including your agency’s presence on social media. One big part of successful staffing agencies (especially these days) is social media marketing. Running the social media side has become very important these days as there are so many eyes on these platforms. As a business increases in stature and popularity, the social media side of things becomes even more important.

Social Media Secrets You’ll Wish You Had Known

Proactive Talent

Social media now plays a huge role in the HR industry, especially when it comes to recruiting and attracting talent. Such as, how can you be more intentional about social? How can you optimize social media so you are getting the most of it and not wasting your time? Hootsuite wrote a great article about the ideal character length of social media posts for each platform and I will include those numbers for optimal response and engagement from your audience.

Attracting the Perfect Candidate through Social Media

Leoforce

Although the conventional job searching and hiring processes won’t disappear anytime soon, utilizing various social media platforms to their full potential provides an easy opportunity to add value to your company while increasing brand awareness. Social media is about creating relationships and job seekers—especially Millennials—want to know the companies they could potentially work for. Here are a few tips for attracting top-notch employees via social media: 1.

How a Student’s Social Media Presence Affects College Admissions

AkkenCloud

A Kaplan study suggests that college admissions officers have less interest in checking applicants’ social media activity when reviewing applications. While 40 percent of the respondents in a similar 2015 study said they had checked an applicant’s social media profile , only 25 percent say the same in the November 2018 study. This shift in attitude could also explain why fewer college recruiters are checking social media.

Hard to Hire: Third-Party Recruiting & the State of Talent Acquisition Report

challenging than at any other point. in technology solutions, or social media. HERE’S WHAT WE FOUND AS SOME OF THE POSSIBLE CAUSES: Of the answer choices given, the historically low unemployment rate was chosen at a. high volume at 69%. 51% Social media platforms can be used for. FAIRS 27% ATTEND/ NETWORK AT. AS SOURCE 49% SOCIAL. MEDIA 51% IMPROVE BRANDING. option at 57%, 50% of. NETWORK71 % PAID SOCIAL MEDIA ADS.

What Are Jobseekers Hiding on Social Media?

Recruiting Daily Advisor

If you’re using social media to recruit jobseekers, be warned that these potential employees may be hiding things from you in order to seem like the ideal candidate. According to a new survey conducted by employment screening agency JDP , 43% of jobseekers enable privacy settings to keep material hidden from current employers and future social media screenings. An additional 47% of respondents say they are hiding how many likes or followers they have on social media.

Should You Be Using Social Media Screenings for Your Candidates?

Contract Recruiter

At this point, they have over 2.7 Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram; social media is mainstream. Virtually everyone has at least one social media profile, though how much they use it, how easy it is to find and identify as theirs, and how valuable it is will vary wildly.

5 Fresh Ways to Enhance Your Recruiting Using Social Media

Brazen Recruiting

Also, a large chunk of young jobseekers (86%) turn to social media not only to look up vacancies but also to learn more about a particular company and its work culture. In fact, in 2016, 84% of companies recruited candidates via social media. So, here’s a quick lowdown on using various social media platforms to up your recruitment game. Always use high-quality media and steer clear of low-quality, stock content.

How to Make Social Media Work for Your Recruiting Process

ExactHire Recruiting

These days, social media is about the best way for job seekers to see what’s out there and for hiring managers to find job seekers. Leveraging the community that social media sites provide can be an extremely effective way to source talent. Note that full profiles with content, posts and updates will land at the top of search results. Everyday interaction on social media will be required to stay “current” as well. Write [on Social Media].

How Will ATS’ Improve Social Media Hiring in 2020?

ApplicantStack

Social media hiring is growing in importance. Want to improve social media hiring in 2020? Social media has changed recruitment significantly—in a relatively short period of time. Many HR professionals don’t understand how an applicant tracking system supports social media recruiting. ATS’ were introduced before social media. Some regard social media as an afterthought.

How To Use Social Media To Land Your Dream Job

AkkenCloud

I believe that social media is the most effective tool for building your brand and business. So, do you need to use social media to find a new job? Let’s look at some statistics, courtesy of the study done by the Society for Human Resource Management : 57 percent of companies hired from LinkedIn, 19 percent hired from Facebook and 65 percent of companies used some form of social media to hire. Employers do look at your Facebook.

5 ways to measure social media ROI as a recruiter

RecruitmentJuice

It’s all too easy to believe that the number of followers or ‘likes’ are an accurate barometer of how successful social media activity is. As employers and recruiters have come around to embracing the potential that social offers, so too comes an increased pressure to measure ROI. It stands to reason that if you are investing more and increasing your budget for social media, you are going to take more of an interest in what return you are getting.

Reviewing Applicant’s Social Media Profiles? Maybe It’s Time to Check Your Ethics

Fistful of Talent

One of the final questions of the day came from an attendee noting that their hiring team was regularly reviewing applicants social media profiles as part of the hiring process. Do not search social media profiles of your applicants. if you haven’t submitted your social media profiles as an example of your work product and I rifle through it with the intent of finding something to disqualify you, that’s wrong.

Social Media for Recruiters Q&A

NPA Worldwide

We recently held a topical call where NPAworldwide members and staff gave tips and answered questions on social media best practices for recruiters, such as when and why to use Twitter, what venues are best for finding passive candidates, the effectiveness of video communication, recruiter tools, and more. “I have 1 employee that focuses on social media. ” Does anyone use video media on Facebook, such as posting video job ads?

How Staffing Competes with Social Media Temp Apps

SmartSearch

Are the temporary staffing apps popping up on social media just a nuisance – or are they a real threat to your staffing agency? Staffing firms that provide drug screening, background checking, and credentialing and licensing verification also have a marked advantage; employers won’t get these essential services from a temp app (at least not yet).

What to Know When You’re Looking at a Candidate’s Social Media Profiles

Spark Hire

Social media plays a major role in the hiring process today. And while it’s wise to do some social media-related research before making a candidate an offer, it’s important to do so carefully so as to avoid getting your business into any legal trouble. However, you should never ask potential employees for the passwords to their social media profiles. Check out social media profiles later on in the hiring process.

WEBINAR: How to Make Social Media Buys for Recruiting – The Talent Acquisition/HR Leader’s Guide

Fistful of Talent

Posting jobs on social media is the minimum — and in today’s competitive recruiting world the minimum isn’t enough. That’s why we here at FOT put together a webinar comparing, contrasting, and ranking the top social media platforms for recruitment marketing advertising. We cut through the noise and help you make smart recruiting decisions with your recruitment marketing budget related to social. We love recruiters at FOT.

5 Reasons to Rethink Banning Social Media at Work

CareerBuilder

Think allowing employees to use social media at work is a recipe for disaster? Improved relations: Allowing usage of social media demonstrates that you view employees as professionals capable of monitoring their own behavior. Better use of your time: Small business owners are too busy to add “policing social media” to their list of responsibilities. If objectives are met consistently, don’t worry about time spent on social media.

To Be A Better HR Person – Get Off Social Media

Fistful of Talent

I’ve been having a crisis of faith lately related to social media. See, I use social media for fun. But I see people who are immersed in social media. This idea of being on social media constantly didn’t use to bother me. But even with the most accurate BS meter in the world, I think social media is hurting our collective professional ability. To quote the author… (I promise it will bring me back to social media) ….

Solve These 7 Tough Social Media Ad Challenges

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Paid social media ads can be a great opportunity for recruitment marketers to increase employer brand awareness and build qualified talent pipelines. But we all know social media advertising can be super challenging!

5 Smart Reasons to Snoop on Candidates’ Social Media

Brazen Recruiting

The answer might be as easy as doing a little social media screening. In 2015, 52% of employers researched potential employees’ social media profiles before calling them in for an interview, and that number is likely to continue rising. 52% of employers screen candidates on social media. If you aren’t screening candidates using social media, it may be time to start. If they are, you are likely looking at a great prospect.