Social Recruiting for Recruiters
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benefits of using social media for recruiting
social media recruiting strategy
social recruiting platforms
social media recruiting best practices
social media recruiting tools
social media recruiting examples
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social media recruitment advantages and disadvantages
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Recruiting talented candidates via social channels has become an important part of a recruiter’s job. But how does one best tackle this channel? In this course, instructor Bert Verdonck shares strategies that can help recruiters efficiently and successfully recruit top talent on social platforms. Bert explains how social recruiting fits into the overall recruiting process, which social platforms to focus on, and how to jump-start your social media recruiting presence.
He also shares how to find and approach ideal candidates, collaborate with hiring managers, and drive referral recruitment.
- Social Recruiting for Recruiters
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Bert Verdonck is the general manager of professional training and development at Scredible.
Bert has built an international team of trainers and consultants to help transform companies into enterprise-wide digital and social ecosystems. In 2010, Bert was responsible for the team becoming the first official certified LinkedIn training partner worldwide. Bert has written five books on LinkedIn, including the Amazon bestseller How to REALLY Use LinkedIn and Little LinkedIn for Dummies (Dutch). In his free time, Bert enjoys sailing, hiking, and indulging in chocolate. He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, on LinkedIn at in/bertverdonck, or on Twitter @bertverdonck.
– Did you know that employers with a strong talent brand drive twice the amount of applicants per job compared to other companies? And also according to LinkedIn, strong employer brands see a 43% decrease in cost per hire? You should already know what the current status is of your employer brand, but do you know how to better promote it? Here are four ways to promote your employer brand that won’t cost you a thing, except for the time you put in.
- First, invite all employees to update their social media profiles. Yes, everyone from the CEO down to the intern. You might instantly think of LinkedIn, but also keep in mind that Twitter, Facebook, and other profiles need some TLC. If you don’t have it, ask marketing to provide them with branded content. Most people will use it. Next, help build the personal brands of your employees. They are your best brand advocates. Research has shown that brand messages shared by employees get 561% more reach and eight times more engagement than from a…
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- 1. Understanding Social Recruiting1. Understanding Social Recruiting
- 2. The Social Recruiting Journey2. The Social Recruiting Journey
- 3. Social Recruiting Platforms3. Social Recruiting Platforms
- 4. Going Above and Beyond4. Going Above and Beyond
- 5. Recruitment Process5. Recruitment Process
- 6. Scale Your Efforts Internally6. Scale Your Efforts Internally
- networks as recruiting platforms
- benefits of using social media for recruiting
- social media recruiting strategy
- social recruiting platforms
- social media recruiting best practices
- social media recruiting tools
- social media recruiting examples