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Social Media for HR: Training, Recruiting, Policy and Beyond

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Social Media for HR: Training, Recruiting, Policy and Beyond
Date:
October 4, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
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Description
Social media has rapidly become one of the hottest terms in the HR community, yet many professionals still struggle to understand exactly how social media is impacting their profession. This presentation will provide an overview of how social media and digital technologies are impacting Human Resource professionals.

Social media is transforming learning and development as more people have access to more information and expertise than ever before. The old model of training was based on education being injected based on specific needs. With social media, training can take place any time, anywhere, making it more accessible and flexible. In addition, social media can support learning communities that learn from each other and build knowledge over time.

Social media is also changing recruiting, as we are now able to see connections and access data online. With the advent of social media, recruiters are now able to promote open positions to the right candidates at the right time at the right place. In a hyper-connected world we now have access to more people, which provides more relevant opportunities for recruiters to connect with candidates. In addition, the wealth of information online means recruiters can gain more information about potential candidates.

With the advent of social media, every organization must have a social media policy. As employees are active on social media, and talking about their work and their workplace it is vital for human resource professionals to understand the risks that this creates. A social media policy is a must for any organization to provide education to employees on the risks and dangers of sharing workplace information online.

In addition to these popular topics, this presentation will also touch on how social media is impacting communications and collaboration, and how organizations can increase their effectiveness by harnessing the power of social media. This session will give the HR professional a broad overview as to how social media is impacting their profession, and what they can do about it.

Who Should Participate
HR professionals looking to understand the broad impact that social media is having on their industry.
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Recommended Resources
www.bootcampdigital.com/blog (a variety of articles on many of these topics)
Categories
Leadership
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Social Media And Employee Communications
Technology Enabled Learning
What You Will Learn
*** How social media is impacting recruiting and how to take advantage of it. *** How social media is impacting learning and development and how to inspire collaboration and learning communities *** Why every organization should have a social media policy and the key elements of a solid organizational policy
Sponsored by
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A Proven Approach to Social Media and Internet Marketing Training
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Krista Neher
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