What do the money managers on Wall Street know about the job boards that HR and Recruiting executives don't know? The folks on Wall Street have questions about the long term growth and viability of the job board business. The stock price after a strong quarter is an indication of their concerns. They do not seem concerned about the future growth prospects of innovative organizations like LinkedIn.
Innovation and strategic thinking are key and it is more obvious than ever that recruiting teams have to diversify their recruitment marketing efforts. Job seekers are getting savvier about their search and you have to make sure that your organization is found when they are looking online.
The smart money is moving to digital recruiting through social media recruiting and targeted online advertising. Check out this week's social recruiting headlines...
A big thank you to Courtney for putting together this overview and recommendations. Great Stuff!
#1 - Social Media and Recruiting 101: Overview and Recommendations - http://t.co/7Va02qg
The legal nuances of social media and recruiting are becoming a hot topic and something organizations are going to have to pay attention to starting today.
#2 - WSJ.com - Facebook Is Fun for Recruiters, Too - http://on.wsj.com/nrn0Nt
The Jobvite Survey is full of valuable nuggets like this one. Both LinkedIn and Facebook will continue to grow as important social media recruiting sources.
#3 - LinkedIn Still Wins For Social Recruiting, But Facebook Is Tops For Referrals? - MediaJobsDaily - http://bit.ly/o2ktwB
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