Tag Archive: Twitter Recruiting

Twitter’s Redesign Makes the Platform Ripe for Recruitment

April 23, 2014 5:00 pm Published by Stéphane Le Viet

The Society for Human Resource Management recently found that more than 75% of companies use social networking sites to recruit job candidates — and recruiters are often going beyond professionally oriented platforms like LinkedIn. 66% of recruiters use Facebook for discovering talent, and 54% of recruiters turn to Twitter when vetting candidates. With Twitter’s redesign, that number is...

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A “Tweet” End to the Week: Social Recruiting with Twitter

March 21, 2014 2:44 pm Published by Kaila Prins

Even if you’re already connecting with your talent on Facebook, you can supplement your social recruiting by flitting over to Twitter to foster even more conversation (as long as you keep the chatter to 140 characters or less!).  No matter where you are with your Twitter strategy, here’s a social...

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The Update that Will Change How You Recruit on Twitter Forever

November 13, 2013 5:15 pm Published by Kristen Smith

How can you avoid going over your 140 character limit while spreading your employer brand and promoting your jobs on Twitter?  If a picture is worth 1000 words, then you’re in luck: Twitter has revamped its stream to automatically show photos instead of forcing users to click–adding the proverbial 1000...

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How to Keep Up with Social Media to Super-Charge Your Recruiting [VIDEO]

November 6, 2013 4:54 pm Published by Kaila Prins

Don’t miss out on this special presentation by Work4’s CEO Stéphane Le Viet during a recent BrightTALK summit on social media recruiting best practices.  Watch to find out:  •The advantages of adding social media to your recruiting•The best strategies for getting started (and the long-term plan that will sustain your...

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Work4 Releases Twitter Cards for Social Recruiting

May 21, 2013 4:29 pm Published by Matthew Brown

Social recruiting is all about engagement. Companies must be ready to reach candidates wherever they spend time (hint: social media) and create an interaction that makes candidates want to learn more about that company and position. To that end, we’re excited to announce that Work4 is the first recruiting company...

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