In a break from my usual social recruiting advice, today I’m sharing four trends that I think we can expect to see gather significant momentum this next year: the rise of LiveChat in recruiting, increasing experimentation with chatbots, embracing the power of candidate retargeting, and job boards becoming recruitment agencies.
In my recent series on social recruiting here on Jobvite’s blog, I’ve helped you with specific tactics and approaches to be more effective at recruiting on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. In today’s post I’d like to take a step back and talk more about the big picture of being successful on social media. Thinking back on my own experiences, I can think of specific things I’ve learned from Andy Headworth, Neal Schaffer, Stacy Zapar, Rebekah Radice, and Will Thomson that have all played a key part in making me more successful. By sharing them here, I hope they can help you in turn.
Welcome to the third post in our three part series on excelling at social recruiting through more effective use of LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. In the first post we looked at 10 Ways to Use LinkedIn to attract, source, and approach your ideal target candidates. Then we talked about 5 Ways to Recruit More Effectively on Twitter. Today we’ll look at four approaches to increase your recruiting effectiveness on Facebook. How many are you doing already?
Welcome to the second in our three part series on using LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook for social recruiting. In the first post we looked at 10 ways to use LinkedIn to attract, source, and approach your ideal target candidates. Today we’ll turn our attentions to a series of steps you should take on Twitter.
According to Jobvite’s Job Seeker Nation Study, 87% of recruiters use LinkedIn to search for candidates. Are you utilizing LinkedIn to its full recruiting potential? Here we’ll look at 10 ways you could use LinkedIn better to attract, source and approach your ideal target candidates.
Recruiters are no strangers to social media. In the realm of candidate sourcing, it’s now seen by many as indispensable. For candidate attraction, social media has become an essential channel. But what of employer branding? How crucial is it that your company invests in strengthening its employer brand on social media? My experiences suggest it’s absolutely essential – and here I’ll share why.
There’s something fascinating about talking to recruiters regarding their experiences with social recruiting. If you conduct dozens of social media consultations each month, you tend to start encountering a lot of the same shortcomings and challenges. So to help you self-diagnose why you’re not getting the results you need from social media, here are 5 signs you’re doing social recruiting wrong. Which one do you relate to most?
Has your business fully embraced social recruiting? Is it now a key element in your talent attraction strategy? Or are you worryingly one of those businesses being left behind by your competitors? Here are 7 ways recruiting teams are adapting to the social world to attract talent and win candidates over. Do stop to ask yourself “How many are we doing?”.
Every year it bemuses me to see just how many articles are published predicting the future of recruitment. They always appear around this time of year too. It’s as though the transition from one year to the next is going to somehow miraculously produce a seismic shift in the way that recruiters operate. Of course it’s not.
What I find more compelling is to look at the pain points and undeniable trends we can see in the market right now – and then project forward what these mean recruiters will be most anxious to address in the coming year.