The mobile and social Web spaces interest me to no end. I can sit in front of a computer for hours reading about new innovative startups (like SmashFly, for example) that are pushing the boundaries of their industry and creating buzz that’s worth talking about. While the average internet junkie may or may not take particular interest in the social and mobile spaces, the average recruiter must. In fact, forget “average” – all recruiters must.
The Web today is a massive entanglement of social communities. While this is a good thing, the fact that some companies and businesses are still not fully familiar with the importance of creatively engaging these communities is not. And, in addition to the Web being social, it will be primarily mobile within the next few years (see this infographic by Morgan Stanley Research). What does this mean for recruiters? What does this mean for companies in general? A few of my ideas:
What are your opinions/thoughts on mobile recruiting? How much of an impact will the future mobile Web make on companies’ recruiting efforts?
Originally posted on the SmashFly Intern Blog.
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