Here are some great ways SMEs can use social media to gain a competitive advantage in recruiting and retaining young talent. Be smart.
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Are workers putting businesses at serious risk?
We find that social media faux pas are most definitely not worth the trouble.
YouTuber over firefighter? Such are the aspirations of of modern children.
Should employers be updating their social media policies for employees?
It is likely that a majority of your employees are logged into social media. But how can you be expected to control everything they do online, or should you even be expected to?
PageGroup has been awarded ‘World’s Most Socially Engaged Recruitment Agency’ on LinkedIn.
59 per cent of employers believe employee involvement in recruitment via social media risks damaging rather than enhancing the employer brand, according to a study.
Cathy Hayward from Magenta Associates discusses attracting talent from social media, flexibility in recruitment and using talent attraction methods that mirror your company culture.
How can HR use social media in a creative way to accelerate the recruitment process? Shelley Hoppe discusses the benefits of paid promotion and understanding the candidate.
‘Lazy old time wasting millennials’, is a charge that is often leveled, but now it has been actually proved.
Leading social media company Twitter has faced trouble convincing people that the company is diverse and inclusive.
There are now over 2.206 billion people actively using social media, with the figure rising 176 million in the last year. But despite people’s obvious love for this digital form of communication, many recruiters are still failing to utilise it effectively.
Despite three quarters (77 percent) of young people (aged 14-25) being aware that potential employers are checking social media profiles before hiring them, a quarter (24 percent) still have no privacy settings in place and further one in ten (11 percent) are unsure if they are protected or not. Research from Jobvite shows that…
LinkedIn has announced the launch of the third annual Bring In Your Parents day, which will take place on Thursday 5th November this year.