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Social Recruiting: Winning Strategies for Recruiting on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter

Topic:
Social Recruiting: Winning Strategies for Recruiting on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
Date:
April 19, 2012 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Jindrich Liska, CEO(Jobmagic)
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Description
Currently, over 80% of companies are achieving significant benefits by using social media for recruiting on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+. Employers leverage multiple approaches across all social channels including employee referral hiring, talent networks, automated job publishing and social media optimization (SMO) to attract and hire unique candidates. For a successful social recruiting strategy, it's important to select the right mix of tools that deliver maximum ROI. We will evaluate the best social recruiting approaches and share practical tips how to create a social recruiting strategy which fits your company size, industry and type of positions.

In this webcast you will learn how to leverage the best approaches in your social recruiting strategy:

Social Employee Referrals

Social media has laid the foundation for scalable referral hiring. Employers can now leverage all of their employees across all social media by automatically targeting candidates in employee referral networks. The process is remarkably easy for employees, while successfully grants recruiters access to massive talent pools.

Job Publishing to Social Media
Employers can automatically publish their job postings to Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other 300+ social networks to reach the largest talent pool in the world.

Proprietary Talent Networks
Social networks made accessible both passive and active candidates. Proprietary talent networks enable employers to capture passive candidates and build the talent pipeline.

Social Media Optimization (SMO)

Career-focused content needs to be optimized for social media to trigger viral distribution beyond first-degree friends. Companies increasingly leverage interactive videos and cultivate relationships with candidates through real-time conversations with recruiters.

Tracking and Metrics
Employers can easily track referrals and reward employees with referral bonuses. Sharing metrics determines the audience size and reach across all social networks.

Who Should Participate
All HR, Talent Acquisition and Recruiting Professionals
What You Will Learn
In this webcast you will learn: - How to evaluate the best social recruiting mix for your company. - How leading brands leverage social media in recruiting. - What are the best practices in the social recruiting.
Recommended Resources
White Paper: Scaling Up Social Recruiting http://www.jobmagic.com/smo-whitepaper/
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Jobmagic

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iCIMS' core functionality gives users the tools they need to easily facilitate the offer process.
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Jobmagic makes it easy for you to access the communication power of social media, and get the attention of high-quality candidates.
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