Putting the Pieces Together: Facebook Recruitment and Employer Branding

January 15, 2013 6:51 pm Published by Stéphane Le Viet

There’s a lot of information floating around the internet about social recruiting and why it is so critical to your recruiting strategy as a whole. At Work4 Labs, we often field questions about the “why’s” and “how’s” of not only building a social career site, but also turning it into a place where the employer and its potential candidates can have a strong, genuine, and continuing conversation.

Building a social career site is a great first step, but it’s only a small piece of the overall puzzle. And if you’ve ever tried putting together a puzzle without a reference point, like the complete picture on the front of the box, then you know how hard making the pieces fit can be.

That’s why Work4 Labs teamed up with CKR Interactive, a global recruitment marketing agency, to give you the “top-of-the-box” experience. Using real-life case studies from world-renowned companies with robust Facebook recruiting strategies, we’ve designed a webinar and whitepaper to help you start putting the pieces together.

To learn the eight building blocks of an effective social recruiting campaign, as well as specific tools you can use to increase your efficiency in finding, attracting, and hiring talent through Facebook, you won’t want to miss our webinar on February 7, 2013 at 10 am PST. We will also feature a live case study from VMware’s Social Recruiting Community Manager Price Smith.

And in the meantime, you can check out our joint whitepaper, “Facebook Recruitment and Employer Branding: Best Practices and Ideas From the World’s Leading Companies,” which contains many of the tips and tactics for getting started.

If you’re curious about the partnership between CKR Interactive and Work4 Labs, you can head over to our website to read the press release.

I’m really looking forward to helping your put your social recruiting strategy in motion.

Until we speak again, I’d love to know: what questions and concerns do you have about your current strategy? And if you haven’t begun recruiting on social networks, what factors have held you back?

Stéphane Le Viet,
CEO, Work4 Labs

This post was written by Stéphane Le Viet