Announcing the Official Launch of Social Job Sharing for Recruiters
I have some great news to share with you all this morning! I’m currently attending the Human Capital Institute’s Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference in Boston, MA, but I wanted to take the time to announce the official launch of Work4’s newest addition to our Social Recruiting Solutions:
Introducing Social Job Sharing Recruiter, the recruiter’s new best friend.
At Work4, we hear directly from our customers how important maximizing recruiters’ time and resources can be. We know that starting a social recruiting strategy can seem overwhelming at first–after all, when will you find the time to plan and post all of your jobs to the right social networks at the right times so that the right people see them and apply?
We designed Social Job Sharing Recruiter to do more than just help you put your jobs on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Our solution increases recruiter productivity by quickly and easily automating job posting from a single platform, while giving recruiters control over the messaging for specific job posts. SJS Recruiter also makes it easy to scale your recruiting message by letting employees opt-in to share specific jobs (by type and location) with their friends, followers, and connections.
The best part is, the solution syncs with your existing technology, so your recruiters can set the smart filters with just a few clicks and then sit back while your jobs are imported directly from your applicant tracking system. And once your jobs have been distributed, users are brought back to a central hub (your corporate or Facebook Career Site) to apply, as well as learn more about your company culture and career opportunities.
We’re very proud of this new solution, and hundreds of our customers have already adopted our social job sharing solutions with countless success stories from some of most recognized brands in the world.
See an example in action with Oracle’s Facebook Career Site.
You can learn more about it by reading the press release that went out this morning–and feel free to leave your questions or thoughts in the comments below.
P.S. If you’re at the HCI conference, come visit Work4 at Booth #4 and say hello!
This post was written by Stéphane Le Viet