y productivity, and access to information on the Internet has never been so limitless, but how does a recruiter decide from among the vast selection of tools and learning resources without sacrificing effectiveness?
In this webinar, Shally Steckerl will give you an overview of his top picks for organizing and maximizing your recruitment desk, extracting knowledge from all the freely available information, and using technology that helps you become more efficient and cost effective. You will walk away with a clear strategy on how to better manage all the resources at your disposal while continuing to grow professionally. Topics covered will include:
* How to extract valuable information from the noise
* Decide which blogs to read, and quickly extract information from them
* Simple inbox management and automation
* Keys to evaluating which tools work for you
* A selection of free/inexpensive tools that make you instantly more efficient As an additional take away participants will be provided with a PDF handout listing supplementary resources, and a few other surprises.…
Web . Both are considered social networking sites however it is widely used to target new customers and candidates. The basic free version of both zoom and spoke will give company information etc, also list employees within said company however when you became a subscriber you can have email schema and contact information and previous employers.
When we look you up on spoke it gives me your email address email@example.com and company web site http://www.shareselectmedia.com and company overview. If you had employees it would list name, title and contact information. Spoke also list your previous employment at www.clubdial.fr
The main difference (subscription in spoke or Zoominfo) is contact information, however in most cases the LinkedIn information on the individual is detailed and comprehensive. I like to use LinkedIn for searching candidates then cross reference with zoom or spoke for contact information-also try jigsaw.com…