I agree with your definition of success. However, I would extend that definition to not only placing someone one but also having the organization and new employee being satsified with the opportunity for a sufficient period of time for both to achieve a return on investment.
The 7 Habits that I have outlined above are a starting point for those seeking to use these emerging social media tools to achieve their goals. Until a recruiter is at least doing these things no customer is going to be interested in building a business relationship with him/her and no candidate is going to be interested in utilizing his/her services. In fact, those that engage in "anti" social behavior online can easily be discovered by prospective candidate and customers. Given a choice, who do you think someone would rather work with?
The impression of a brand is a definite driver of purchase behavior. Think about the things that you have purchased. Are you really telling me that brand had nothing to do with your purchase? You can disagree on whether this channel is most effective for your specific purpose since you most certainly know your business better than I do. But, I can think of several ways that I would utilize these new tools to grow my business if I were a recruiter.
ickly broght me up to speed and also gave me a tutoriual through my first purchase. He is the man, an expert, really. I now own five and have plans to purchase five more in February.
Now after his discussion about the big money some dom-names have gone for, I am sure it is the new lotto, only you get to use your brain and ingenuity a bit instead of dumb luck... What a world! Thanks Al Gore for starting this whole thing...…
r 4 million jobseekers.
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Claudia Schmidt, E-Commerce Manager