Social Media Recruiting: Contact Building & Job Marketing
As social media recruiting practices continue develop worldwide there are a few things that are clear. First of all social media recruiting requires building up sizeable social media contacts across many networks like linkedin, twitter, facebook, google plus, etc. Secondly, the use of SEO fundamentals are increasingly a new skill set that recruiters need to know. Lastly, job marketing via social media is the fastest way to increase traffic to your job posts and ultimately candidates to hire.
Since late 2011, there have been an array of new “social media recruiting apps” enter the market. Two of these apps include MeshHire and BullHorn. I will review the pros and cons of each from the perspective of a buyer and not software sales rep.
Additionally, I will share how we use these tools as a service provider to companies that engage us for Recruiting Process Outsourcing (RPO) services, by giving you a hands-on tour of our system.
You will be able to leverage from our lessons learned in using Social Media Recruiting Systems including:
1. Which social media networks generate the most traffic
2. Which social media networks generate the most applicants
3. Speed of pipeline building via social media
4. Volume job marketing tips to increase ROI
5. What not to do when building you social media networks so you don’t get “disabled” or “banned” by the them
Unlike other presentations that may be more academic, you will get to see exactly how we have been using social media for our clients and to also recruiting staff for our own company.
Join Greg Cardenas from Armada Human Capital based in Nairobi, Kenya for an exciting and fast paced hour of Web 2.0 best practices!
Who Should Participate
Recruiters, Staffing Consultants, Sourcers, Recruiting Managers, Staffing Managers, HR managers, HR Directors, Recruiting Directors, Staffing Directors, Human Resource VP, RPO service providers, staffing agency staff, social media recruiting enthusiasts.
What You Will Learn
1. Comparison of Social Media Recruiting Systems (MeshHire vs. BullHorn).
2. How to build social media network contact effectively by avoiding getting "disabled" or "banned" by them.
3. How to job market using social media and win!
You can compare social media recruiting systems at:
Both systems allow trials for your own testing.
GForceHR is a revolutionary new global recruiting process outsourcing (RPO) and human resources outsourcing (HRO) company. GForceHR is headquartered in Chicago, USA with services provided in:
felt like it was a commercial for Meshhire. also Project Eva was a little confusing to understand.
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