Is your social recruitment strategy missing the mark–and millions of potential candidates? Facebook helps you close the talent gap and get in touch with the right passive and active candidates on their favorite social network. Why should you be recruiting on Facebook? Work4 expounds upon this in the following infographic.
Finding job candidates has changed quite a bit since the time of Caesar. But one thing that’s remained the same – managers want to hire the right candidate. Take a look at this infographic from Hireology for facts and stats on how hiring has changed.
The CV Battle goes into the age old argument of what you should and shouldn’t include when it comes to your CV. Details include things like your spelling, the clarity of your writing and the confidence you exude. For example, it is said that less is more which can be said for many different things like previous employment and your personal profile. They want to get to know you, but they don’t need a life story. This infographic from Job Zoo looks at the CV do’s and don’ts.
With a traditional content search, you may have spent time looking for candidates on the surface. But now, with Facebook Graph Search, you can find talented people based on their interests and experiences in a targeted search. This infographic, compiled by social employee referral management platform Zao.com, shows you how to get started with Facebook Graph Search in order to find the best employees.
This infographic, compiled by social recruitment platform Zao.com, illustrates 13 simple employee referral resolutions any organization can take to build great teams from the inside out, such as providing program feedback and referring the right jobs to the right people.
The recruiter of today is unrecognizable from even a few years ago. As technology changes every industry, recruiters have been impacted particularly hard. Recruiters have evolved with the times, but what does the future hold? Find out in the infographic below by RecruitLoop.