Using Social to Ease Your Recruiting

social PhotoIn order to keep up with our fast changing world today, the method more companies are recruit new talent is the Social Network. Forbes’ Magazine Susan Adams interviewed Eric Chandler, a professor of New York University, about helping students bring their profiles to a professional level and lift interest of recruiters at companies. In doing so, Chandler is helping new graduating students and companies find the right person for the right job. From the hiring standpoint, companies are trying to find the right balance of personal interests to job cultures, and social media is helping pave a road to a better understanding of who they are hiring.

Sara Roncero-Menendez, from Mashable, blogged an article “Job Seekers Recruited via Social More Likely to Be Hired” and wrote about the growing use of social media sites like Linkedin, Facebook, and Twitter to find appropriate hires. The use of social media to hire new employees has been leaping and bounding to greater heights. She continues to state that hires from social recruiting tend to be better employees and stay employed longer. This in turn reduces the costs of the hiring process.

Understanding this new trend, Accolo has researched the best methods and practices for Social Recruiting. Recently, we were able to present this information in a webinar. Check out Accolo’s Free On-Demand Webinar below to learn more about Social Media Recruiting and how it can help you ease your recruitment process.

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