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Today’s New Candidate: They’re checking you out.

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Today’s New Candidate: They’re checking you out.
Date:
October 30, 2012 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Description
Just when your HR team thought it had a handle on using LinkedIn and Facebook for recruiting, along comes Pinterest. And what about the things people are posting about your company on Yelp and Tumblr? Social media is today’s quicksilver: It is unpredictable, fickle, a moving target for HR – and job candidates are among its savviest users!
In a post-recession, social-media driven market, your job opportunities can be communicated across the globe instantaneously, giving you the ability to cast a wider net for top talent. Conversely, candidates can find out more than ever about your company and spread their unfiltered views, both negative and positive. In today’s social media world, while you are busy posting job openings, candidates are checking you out and your reputation is on the line. As HR professionals, you can achieve positive results by participating in the conversation in those online communities that are relevant and focused on your industry. Also, by providing current and relevant information in your social media sites that will provide job seekers with an accurate view of your company.
Join Katie Dunwell, Vice President of Marketing and social media strategist for Volt Workforce Solutions, to learn more about the elements of success in using social media for talent acquisition. These include:
- Why embrace social media?
- What are the risks/benefits?
- What is the state of social media recruiting today?
- What’s a “talent community” and how can I build one?
- What will social media look like a year from now?
Who Should Participate
  • HR Professionals
  • Department hiring managers
  • Online Staffing managers
  • Quality of Hire managers
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Recommended Resources
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYan2LJ_7I8
http://www.volt.com/Recruiting_with_Social_Media.aspx
Categories
Staffing and Recruitment
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Corporate Branding/Employer Branding
Corporate Career Portal
Online Media / Job Boards
Contract Workforce and Talent Exchange
Social Media And Employee Communications
Quality of Hire
Online Staffing and Sourcing
What You Will Learn
Key takeaways for attendees include:
  • How has social media recruiting evolved over time
  • What are constructive ways to engage candidates and start conversations via social media
  • Tips for sound social media recruiting practices (develop policy, have a process for handling online comments, educate and train employees, etc)
Sponsored by
Volt Workforce Solutions
Volt Workforce Solutions
Business runs on talent – and no one makes identifying and hiring talent easier than Volt Workforce Solutions. Through proven recruiting practices and innovative sourcing, Volt delivers unparalleled service, best-in-field employees and more
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Katie Dunwell
Volt Workforce Solutions

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Really great information that is useful to companies who are trying to get the buy-in of managers and owners to get involved in Social Media.

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