Tag Archive: Stéphane Le Viet

3 Easy Ways to Capture the Mobile “App”-licant

February 20, 2013 8:50 am Published by Stéphane Le Viet

You may have noticed that it’s getting harder and harder to keep applicants on your career site. And while the career site is by no means dead, and the ATS remains an important way to create a database and manage your talent, your candidates are increasingly less interested in sitting...

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Work4 featured in Forbes on Facebook Graph Search

January 28, 2013 10:00 am Published by Stéphane Le Viet

If you follow tech, social media, or online recruiting news at all, you’ll have most likely heard about Facebook’s January 15 announcement of Graph Search. Much since then has been written on the implications of this powerful new tool, and how it will affect not just our personal habits online,...

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The Social Jobs App: Work4 Labs on ERE.net

January 25, 2013 10:06 am Published by Stéphane Le Viet

I firmly believe that Facebook stands to massively disrupt the online recruiting space, so much so that I’ve built my company around that belief. The Social Jobs App, created by the Social Jobs Partnership, is an attempt to start that disruption. This morning, I posted an article on ERE.net explaining...

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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...

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A New Year’s Countdown

January 10, 2013 6:55 pm Published by Stéphane Le Viet

It’s hard to believe that we’re already two weeks into 2013. The past year has simply flown by, and, looking back over the past twelve months, I’m struck by the amount of change and innovation we’ve seen at Work4 Labs in such a short time. When I founded the company...

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