Ebook: Twitter Search Strings for Recruiters Looking for Work

Proactive Talent

As a recruiter open to new opportunities, do you know how to search Twitter for your next recruiter job? Our ebook Twitter Search Strings for Recruiters Looking for Work will explain all that and more.

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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. Remember, social media can be one-way—some people just post and don’t comment,” Ellis observed.

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Social Media Recruitment Strategies That Work

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Social media has become an increasingly valuable tool for job seekers when they’re looking for their next career opportunity. And social media recruiting strategies have become a key way for companies to find and connect with right-fit talent. But it takes a lot more than a social media profile for employers to use these platforms to their full advantage. So why exactly should social media be such a crucial part of your Recruitment Marketing plan?

Why You Should Include Employer Profiles in Your Social Media Strategy

Recruitics

When people browse social media platforms like Twitter or Instagram in their free time, they’re typically not there to look for a job -- but that doesn't mean they're not open to it.

14 Tips on How to Use Twitter for Social Recruiting

Boolean Black Belt

Twitter’s been around for nearly 8 years and has always been popular in recruiting circles, but there are still plenty of recruiters who don’t use Twitter to its full potential or are simply new to using Twitter for recruiting. For example, just the other day I noticed in one of my Hootsuite streams a recruiter with 3 followers tweet about a job. 1 Why Twitter Can be an Effective Recruiting Channel. Super social?

Attracting the Perfect Candidate through Social Media

Leoforce

What about your Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ profiles? 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.

The 3 Top Social Media Trends in 2016 Translated for Social Recruiting

Proactive Talent

You've probably seen one of the many articles popping up this week covering the major trends emerging in social media as we head into the new year, like this one on socialmediaclub.org , but how do these new trends translate over to talent acquisition in regards to social recruiting? However, it required a lot of equipment, planning, and first building a large enough social media presence to attract a big enough audience. Social Recruiting

7 FREE Twitter Products for Serious Social Recruiters

Social Talent

Twitter is now the second most popular social network among recruiters and sourcers the world over. New research also shows that Twitter is becoming increasingly popular with job seekers too. In fact, 58% of job seekers have used Twitter for job-seeking purposes in the last 6 months alone. However, when asked what they thought of recruiters/employers efforts on the popular micro-blogging site, job seekers were less than impressed! Twitter Analytics.

7 Social Media Recruitment Tips to Get More Quality Candidates

Manatal

Fun Fact: 92% of recruiters ‘ technique to find quality candidates is through social media. That’s an overwhelming amount of people who believe in the power of social media. That is why you should divert your attention to social recruiting.

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.

Recruiters and Their Social Media Fails

The Whiteboard

Like many of you recruiters out there, things are pretty busy for me right now. Add to that the couple of events we hosted last week for our vRPO recruiters and the quarterly #RicePowWow and I think I have a fair enough excuse… Excuse for what? My recent social media fails. And don’t even get me started on Twitter telling that three of the people I follow have just started following so-and-so. Which most recruiters really, genuinely, don’t.

Social Recruiting Best Practices

NPA Worldwide

Social media platforms can be a valuable tool in a recruiter’s toolbelt, if used wisely. Candidates regularly utilize use social media platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook, to find their future employers.

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. 2) Create a recruitment plan.

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. Engage with others in non-job seeking or non-recruiting ways, too.

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. To create an ideal recruitment system that will give you access to high quality candidates, you need to utilise multiple avenues of access.

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. Another best practice I’ve seen many companies do is encouraging employees to add links to the company’s careers site, employer brand content, such as recruiting videos , to their LinkedIn profiles.

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.

Social recruiting in tech: How to make the most of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Reddit

Devskiller

With 94% of recruiters admitting that they use social media for candidate sourcing, the competition for tech talent is as fierce as ever. However, it’s wrong to assume that you can’t stand out from the IT recruitment crowd. Social media recruiting – best practices.

19 Deadly Social Media Sins Every Recruiter Needs to STOP Committing (FREE Download)

Social Talent

Have a large number of candidates received a generic direct message from you on Twitter? Have you shied away from using Facebook’s Social Graph to search for candidates? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then I’m afraid you, my friend, have committed a deadly social media sin – of which there are 19 in total. Many recruiters simply just aren’t aware they’re committing these sins.

Why Your HR Lady Hates Social Media.

Recruiting Daily

And Along Came Social… Back around the time Barack Obama was running for his first term on a platform of change we could believe in, and we actually believed him, HR professionals the world over began to receive an ever increasing deluge of invitations to webinars, seminars, SHRM chapter meetings and CPE classes that caused their little hearts to flutter. ” or “Monitoring Your Employees: How To Protect Your Company From Social Media.”

5 Great Statistics that Prove How Social Media Recruitment Helps Businesses

Manatal

The purpose of social media, as the name suggests, was to allow people to interact with each other online. However, it’s also proving to intertwine with recruitment and these statistics will show you why it’s okay for the business. The Power of Social Media.

2017 Trends in Recruiting via Social Media

HireRight

When HireRight published its first Employment Screening Benchmark Report ten years ago, we did not survey respondents about their use of social media. It seems odd now, but a decade ago, social media wasn’t even on the hiring map. Social media has become part of the fabric of talent management, and a critical one at that. The post 2017 Trends in Recruiting via Social Media appeared first on Employment Background Check Blog - HireRight.

This Is How Experts Use Social Media For Recruiting

Spark Hire

If you haven’t already given into the power of social media for recruiting, the time is now. The Global Recruiting Trends 2016 report from LinkedIn found that using social media and professional networks is the number one trend recruiters believe is here to stay. In fact, 47 percent of respondents said that social media platforms are the most effective employer branding tool. Michelle LeBlanc , Social Media Strategist, Industrium.

The mistake MOST recruiters make when it comes to social media

RecruitmentJuice

The important place that social media has within recruitment is now pretty well documented. Social media has proven itself to be highly effective in generating leads and attracting talent, particularly passive candidates. And, of course, those candidates — wherever they might be — now have an expectation that recruiters will use social media. But, for recruiters, it’s certainly not the be all and end all.

‘We’re hiring’ social media post

Workable

Social networks serve as effective recruiting channels when you post and share your open positions. Here are some tips to consider when posting a job on social media: Keep it short. People tend to check social networks from their phones where brief posts are easier to read. Use the following social media job posting template as an inspiration. We’re hiring’ social media post template. Twitter job posting template.

Developing a Social Media Recruiting Strategy

Newton Software

One of the most overlooked opportunities in the recruiting space is the use of an effective social media recruiting strategy. The idea behind social recruiting is using social media platforms, blogs, and other internet sites to both acquire and qualify new talent. Why Use Social Media? Passive recruiting has been making huge strides in recent years as an innovative and reliable way to recruit top talent across all industries.

A Social Media Recruiting Strategy Framework

Sirona Consulting

A few weeks ago I was asked to participate in a Google+ Hangout on implementing social media recruiting strategies. It was a good session with Steve Ward from CloudNine and Louis Welcome from Colleague Software , where we covered the different ways companies can effectively implement innovative social media recruitment strategies. As a consultant specialising in this area, I have conversations around social media recruitment strategy every day.

5 of the best ways to advertise job openings on social media

Workable

Now you need to advertise the job to the right candidates – and social media can help you do that. What is the best way to advertise job openings on social media? Today, job seekers rely on social networks to search and apply for jobs. And that’s in the most popular social sites: LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Here are our 5 creative ways to find employees using social media. Twitter job posting template.

7 Social Recruitment Myths and Why They’re Not Actually True

Social Talent

Social recruitment first emerged around a decade ago and has been gaining quickly importance ever since. It is the intersection between social media and recruitment – allowing companies to utilize data, which potential employees share online. Moreover, companies often create their own social media profiles which are focused on recruitment. Almost all recruiters nowadays employ it, albeit to a different extent.

The Recruiting Reel Episode 21: How To Build A Personal Connection With Candidates Through Social Media

Spark Hire

In the 21st episode of The Recruiting Reel, Ted Rubin, Co-Founder at Prevailing Path and the CMO at Brand Innovators, discusses how to build personal connections with candidates through social media platforms. And this is The Recruiting Reel, a video series in which we discuss real recruiting challenges with prominent recruiting experts to provide you with actionable tips you can apply to your own recruiting. Social media recruiting mistakes.

Ready to Start Social Recruiting? 4 Questions to Cover With Marketing First

Rally Recruitment Marketing

As Recruitment Marketers we know that social media can be extremely helpful to any organization’s recruiting efforts. While we know social is worth investing time in, there are many questions that need to be answered before jumping in: like whether you ought to share social accounts with marketing, and who should be responsible for creating and posting content? What is the goal of your company’s current social media accounts? .

Social Recruitment Is Losing Its Way

The Whiteboard

The talk from Jacqui Wall from Umbrella on building resilience in recruitment is certainly coming in handy with the somewhat fragile nature of me and my team this morning. It came from someone who, over the past few years, has built an increasingly public profile around various social media channels and recruitment marketing. He told me that Twitter was a waste of time for recruitment. Does social still work for you?

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.

Best Practices in Social Recruiting

JazzHR

Using Social Recruiting to Build Your Candidate Pipeline. For those of you recruiting passive candidates regularly, this may seem like a no brainer, but social media can be a recruiter or HR manager’s best friend. New to social media? Social media allows you to target specific groups of people and promote your employer brand in a meaningful way that lets candidates engage with your culture — and its free.

Social Media Recruiting Tips to Know and Implement

The Hire Talent

Social media recruiting is a modern talent acquisition tactic combining employer branding, recruitment marketing, and employee referral strategies. As modern recruitment goes, social media plays a crucial part in gaining access to both active and passive job seekers.

How Social Media Can Help Your Small Business Reach Customers and Job Applicants

Hireology

The average consumer spends 30% of their total online time and more than 2 hours a day on social media. Given these consumer habits, if your small business doesn’t have a social media presence, you’re likely missing out on potential business and quality job applicants. To get the conversation started on social media, consider offering social media contests or encouraging members to post about your small business.

How To Lie With Social Media Metrics.

Recruiting Daily

As someone who’s more or less grown up with the commoditization and corporate adoption of social media, and as someone who gets paid to do this stuff, I’ve seen a huge shift in the way analytics play a role in informing that particular marketing function. The ability to forecast the relative volume of search engine queries or the reach of a target professional demographic segment on social is how people get paid on the Internet, after all.

3 Ways to Spot Top Quality Candidates via Social Media Screening

Hyrell

Social media is deeply embedded in our daily lives today -- particularly with Millennials. Millennials have been immersed in technology and social media since they were born and they are expected to account for 75 percent of the global workforce by 2025. A recent survey found that over half of recruiters (52%) always search social media posts as part of the hiring process. Social media profiles highlight candidates’ communication skills.

6 Ways to Engage Candidates on Social Media

Spark Hire

Social media is all the rage when it comes to attracting top talent. Almost everyone is on social media whether they are active job seekers or passive candidates. Having marketing access to those passive candidates is what makes social media platforms a recruiting goldmine. If you want a chance at top talent before your competitors, it’s important that you are engaging candidates on social media.

Webinar Recap: Social Media: The “Double-Edged Sword” of Hiring & Recruiting

Hyrell

Social media isn’t going away. In fact during Hyrell’s recent webinar, Social Media: The Double-Edged Sword of Hiring & Recruiting , we speculated that a new social platform might even have been released during our 45-minute discussion. All kidding aside, the constant evolution of social media adds complexity when determining a social recruiting strategy that works for your organization.