Social Media and Recruiting

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Do you use various social media sites during your recruiting process? For anyone not already doing so, you may be interested to know that there are quite a few ways social media sites can be used during the recruiting process.

4 Social Media Tips From the 2020 Rally Award Winners

Rally Recruitment Marketing

So you know that if you want your content to stand out, then you need to continually test and optimize your Recruitment Marketing approach on social media. The program features two award categories for social media: Best Use of Organic Social Media and Best Use of Paid Social Media.

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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.

Social Media Recruiting Strategies

Crelate

Increasingly, on social media. How Is Social Media Used in Recruiting? According to The Muse , 92% of companies are using social media platforms to recruit. There are two very different ways to reach job candidates via social media.

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

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Social Media Recruiting Tips & FAQs

Jobsoid

Companies vying for top talent for the job positions have been deploying different social networking mediums, and recruitment strategies to tap into the groups of potential job seekers as well as skilled […] The post Social Media Recruiting Tips & FAQs appeared first on Jobsoid.

Social Media Holidays: The Ultimate List for Recruiting

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Many of these national days have become known as social media holidays, generating a tsunami of content from both individuals and companies to get in on the conversation. These social media holidays can also present practitioners with a prime opportunity to bring awareness to your employer brand, liven up your Recruitment Marketing content and encourage employee engagement. Social Media Holidays for Recruiting. Recruitment Marketing 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. Using Social Media in Recruiting: Do’s. Here are some tips: If using social media as part of the background-screening process, consider using a third party to reduce the risk of finding information that should not be used in hiring.

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.

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. The average internet user has five or more social media accounts , which means there are many opportunities to reach candidates.

11 Social Media Groups to Join for Recruiting and HR in 2017

Lever

If you’re debating which fitness membership to sign up for or which book club to join, we have yet another idea for your list of aspirations: join a new group to nerd out on all things talent. 2017 is right around the corner, meaning many of us have already pulled out our notepads to begin furiously jotting down our New Year’s resolutions.

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.

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.

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 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. Everyday interaction on social media will be required to stay “current” as well. Don’t make your social media presence all about you. Write [on Social Media].

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. Join relevant groups on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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?

What a Candidate’s Social Media Behavior Says about Them

Spark Hire

Like it or not, a candidate’s social media presence should certainly impact your overall opinion of them during the hiring process. Irresponsible social media behavior could end up causing your business an issue down the road should you choose to hire this individual. Particularly if you’re hiring for a social media role, you want someone who can create social media content that has a unique and engaging voice.

How to Use Social Media to Attract Top Talent

RecruitmentJuice

Social media is a fantastic way to connect with an audience, and that audience is likely full of candidates who would make great employees. Almost all professional recruiters network, so why not attract talent using social media. The Benefits of Social Media Recruiting. Social media networks are perfect for reaching candidates who aren’t actively looking for a job. With social media, candidates can have instant access.

How to Check a Potential Candidate?s Social Media Account?

CakeHR

Privacy advocates think snooping around someone’s social media account is like reading someone’s private letters or personal diary. Social Media Laws have been enacted to restrict the employers’ access to an applicant’s or an employee’s accounts. In this article, we will discuss: How the social thumbprint of a potential candidate influences the hiring decisions of potential employers? Legal aspects of screening a job applicant through social media.

6 Tips HR Managers Need For A Successful Social Media Strategy

Social Talent

While it’s only a few short years since websites were only used by big corporations, and social media was only for college kids, time has changed drastically. These days literally every business has some sort of online presence, and even small independent businesses have social media profiles. If you want to recruit the best of the best, then you need to utilise social media to find bright new talent. Social Media hr manager recruitment strategy

Social Media As An Asset

SmartSearch

Social is the great ice breaker. The world of social media has changed immensely over the past 10 years. Social media is a what ? Initially, many people were befuddled with social, so it got a bad rap as a waste of time. were not highly received, however over time, people learned and adjusted their POV to socially interact in more meaningful ways. In the scheme of things, social is still a relatively new medium and undergoing immense evaluation.

How Niche Sites are Changing Social Media Recruiting

SmartSearch

How Niche Sites are Changing Social Media Recruiting. Utilizing social media websites has long been a popular recruitment method. Social media is a fantastic networking tool, and the profiles that people create often serve as resumes for potential employers. But obviously, major social sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have personal benefits for many users. Niche sites are the answer to this social media recruitment conundrum.

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.

Social Media: Is it more powerful than ever?

Teamtailor

Social media is a powerhouse tool in the midst of distancing and isolation, and feeling isolated or being in a situation such as this can be a hard thing to process psychologically. It goes without saying that many are facing a deep public misunderstanding of social media and how to effectively use it. More importantly, this has lead to social media becoming a fertile ground for some dangerous scaremongering. Social Animals.

Should You Be Using Social Media Screenings for Your Candidates?

Contract Recruiter

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. The Legality of Social Media Screening.

Social Media Lurkers: Creepy or Valuable?

AkkenCloud

Since the emergence of social media and online communities in business, there has been a debate surrounding member contributions and engagement as being the most important metric in determining someone’s social influence. . How is social influence determined? Social Media Lurkers: Your Most Important Community Members. If you are in a group setting, there are always a few people that are more outgoing than others.

Social Media For Employer Branding: 7 Tips To Promote Your Employer Brand On LinkedIn

Proactive Talent

With more than 500 million members in over 200 countries and territories, LinkedIn is no doubt one of the world’s largest social and professional networking sites, making it a great talent attraction channel to add to your recruitment marketing machine. So offer social media trainings to help your employees build their personal brand and educate them on how they can contribute to your employer branding efforts on LinkedIn. Employer Branding Social Recruiting

4 Tips on How to Use Social Media to Attract Top Talent: Social Recruiting

CakeHR

The social media revolution led by Facebook made us more connected to each other than ever — at least virtually. Here are some of the top areas of our lives that social media changed over the years. The Impact of Social Media on Our Day to Day Lives. #1. Social media is now our source of news. Social media gives us the power to follow people, pages, channels, and groups that interest us.

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.

5 Essential Tips for Mastering Candidate Sourcing on Social Media

Spark Hire

Over the past decade, social media has permeated all aspects of our lives. Social media can be your most useful candidate sourcing tool if you understand how to use it effectively. Knowing how to optimally find, research, and engage with candidates on social media will make your job (and life) easier. Here is what you need to do to find the best talent on social media: Decide who to look for. Start by joining industry-related groups.

Social Media: A Recruiter’s Best Friend

JazzHR

Social Media: A Recruiter’s Best Friend. Once upon a time, being active on social media during work hours was looked down upon. Now, employees are encouraged to stay active on their social media accounts throughout the day. It’s used to promote content and marketing campaigns, and it should come as no surprise that social media platforms have become a great recruiting tool for hiring managers. Recruiting. Engagement. Performance.

How To Use Social Media for Employee Onboarding

Recruiting Daily

Social Media and Employee Onboarding: 3 Keys for Success. It is, after all, a very good place to start, particularly since so many companies seem not yet to have started doing even the simple stuff when it comes to leveraging social media for onboarding. Because when it’s used as a professional network and not a job board posing behind some basic social functionalities, turns out LinkedIn is actually not half bad.

What to Share on Social Media to Attract Talent

Spark Hire

Cat videos, music prodigies, gold dress vs blue dress…this is the kind of content many of us have increasingly been seeing on social media within the last few years. Here are a few examples of companies who post extremely relevant content to their social media outlets to attract the right audience — top talent. Another cause that took social media by storm was the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

Social Media Recruiting Trends You Need to Try Today

Contract Recruiter

When you need qualified candidates, you’re not limited to LinkedIn for social media recruiting. Look at other social media avenues to apply to your recruiting strategy to expand your reach, improve your hiring success, and speed your time to hire, all while building employer brand and engaging candidates and employees. These are the top five social media recruiting trends to amplify your recruiting strategy and create a competitive edge.

Guest Post: 5 Best Practices For Using Social Media For Recruitment

Ideal

Glassdoor reports 79% of job seekers use social media to research companies they’re interested in. If you’re considering the idea of using social media for recruitment, make sure you understand what applicants are looking for in an employer and abide by legal employment regulations first. To help attract candidates, here are 5 best practices for recruiting on social media the right way.

Top 3 Social Media Blunders Job Seekers Should Avoid

The Execu|Search Group

In today’s digital age, it’s more important than ever to pay close attention to your social media blunders. In fact, some employers are now utilizing social media sites to evaluate a candidate’s “fit” before an initial interview to weed out certain prospects. To avoid being overlooked for a job because of your online presence, take the time before you start applying to avoid making the following 3 social media blunders: Being nonexistent on social media.

3 ways recruiters can accelerate their social media strategy in 2016

RecruitmentJuice

It’s 2016, and it’s a high time for all recruiters to be accelerating their social media strategy. Social media needs to be embraced as the fantastic (and essential) recruiting tool that it is. All recruiters are busy people , and many recruiters feel that they simply don’t have the time to invest in a social media strategy. As a business-orientated social networking platform, LinkedIn is usually seen as the job seeking site of choice.

Convert Your Social Audience into Candidates – Get Them OFF Social Media!

SmartSearch

Using social media to attract candidates to your staffing or recruiting firm? And with a variety of social sites to choose from, there are options to connect with all types of active and passive job seekers – from entry-level industrial workers through highly specialized executives and professionals. When we come back to the goals of a social media strategy, we’re deploying tactics that are in line with generating more applications and job orders.

How to build a social media recruitment strategy: An FAQ guide

Workable

Social media sourcing involves using social networks to identify, attract, engage and hire potential candidates. Recruiters use social media sourcing to build talent pipelines for future roles and engage passive candidates who haven’t applied for current openings. Here’s everything you need to know about how to use social recruiting to build a strategy that meets your hiring needs: Intro to social media recruitment: Analyzing the data.