Research shows that 58% of companies are reporting difficulty in recruiting, despite the troubled economy; you don’t have to be one of them!
Together we can integrate the latest social media, technology and business analytics to put your company ahead of the recruiting curve.
Creating a collaborative process between you, your hiring managers and interviewees, your business will leave behind traditional and outdated recruiting techniques as we will share our knowledge on how social networking works in today’s market with proven results from the Fish Hook team.
With hundreds of millions of people on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, using social networking platforms for recruiting will ensure that your job openings will be seen and read by a larger number of qualified candidates.
People who frequently use social media may be considered early adopters, who are highly desirable in the job market at the moment. Using social media to recruit will therefore attract this group of people, who are normally more technically savvy and innovative.
Using social media platforms will not only increase your overall company visibility, it will also let potential employees know that you are with the trends of social networking. Opportunities to interact with potential candidates through social networking sites can also help position company brands by targeting workers in a more dynamic way.
Referrals are definitely of the best kind of business lead, so why not apply the same principal to jobs? Social recruiting can help you make more people aware of your company’s current job opportunities by spreading the information through various social media means.
Posting jobs to your company’s social media platforms is also an indirect way of empowering your employees to spread the word. Employees and followers can simply choose to share a link to another person’s profile
The recruiting-related transactional costs through social recruiting is typically lower in comparison to other sources. Less money can be allocated to traditional job advertisements and put towards social recruiting strategies and implementing related tactics.
Social media is about connecting and having engaging conversations through sharing great content. Putting together a strong social recruiting strategy will help to define what type of content you think will be valuable to share with the candidates with whom you would like to engage.
With more than 340 million active users on Linkedin alone, many in-house recruiters and hiring managers are leveraging social media’s wide reach and large audience for influencing potential candidates.
"Louise’s enthusiasm is infectious and her diligence in tracking down ideal candidates is second to none"Zoë Eastwell, Head of CRM and Marketing Data, Johnston Press