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With the rise in popularity of LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook in recent years, you might think that a large number of recruiters and HR professionals would be utilising it for recruitment advertising purposes.
But why should you be using social media to recruit and what benefits can it deliver to your HR function? We explore five of the key advantages of using social media to assist with your recruitment advertising: However, not as many companies take to their Twitter feed and LinkedIn company page to share photos of their team, update their followers with news and communicate their latest vacancies.
When you share this kind of content on your social media accounts, it will reach people who are already following your company. And what better people to come and work for you than existing advocates of your brand?
There are thousands of professional groups for Engineers, Finance professionals, HR workers…any job sector you can think of. However, be careful not to spam the group; just remember, you want to attract these potential candidates, not annoy them.
You can also use other social media tools to target your vacancies, such as Twitter hashtags or asking any employees who currently work in a similar role to share the vacancy to their connections. However, it costs nothing to share your vacancies on your LinkedIn company page or on Twitter or Facebook.
So, why not take advantage of your social media accounts?
Just remember to track and report on your success to see which platform is the most effective. This is where the social media check comes in.The use of social media in the recruitment process [kb] is a research study carried out by the Institute of Employment Studies on behalf of Acas.
It builds on previous work for Acas. It builds on previous work for Acas. Social media opened a new channel for recruitment which helped them reduce recruitment costs while improving candidate profiles relevancy to 41%. The Brand The brand is one of the biggest in the real estate industry, headquartered in India, with operations around the world.
Social media continues to be in the news. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued an "updated" summary of social media cases earlier this year and social media continues to find its way. Home / Case studies and resources / Recruitment through Social Media. Recruitment through Social Media.
Download File. OPEN FILE. 02 / 10 / enabling recruitment teams to target and connect with specific workforce groups and keeping people informed of opportunities. Social Media in Recruitment Personalised and Effective Case Study: Ernst & Young “Ernst & Young Facebook Page has a pool of 34,+ candidates ” Ernst & Young is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services.
Social media is by no means a new tool for recruitment. With the rise in popularity of LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook in recent years, you might think that a large number of recruiters and HR professionals would be utilising it for recruitment advertising purposes.