Google and Microsoft, the two most innovative tech companies in the world, have had a long standing rivalry between them. The two titans not only have competing business software suites but also compete for recruiting and retaining talented employees. But Hey, today we are not going to talk about Microsoft going after Google’s bread winner : search and advertising or Google going after
Facebook timeline is already in action for business pages and it’s a lot of initial work for the brand pages to adopt and change their page designs. But hey, timeline also gives page owners better control as well as a great opportunity to pump up a visitor’s engagement level. Here are some quick stats which […]
Facebook, with over 850+ million users, is the go-to place for recruitment advertising and employer brand-building, but you can’t deny the benefits of being on Twitter. If you aren’t looking at Twitter as a recruiting tool, here are some quick stats to show you why you darn well should be:
The new Facebook timeline is here and brands are redesigning their presence to adapt to it. Facebook’s timeline provides a plethora of new features to increase candidate engagement and tell your brand story in a captivating way. Timeline is the reverse-chronological display of your brand’s history on Facebook. With timeline, Facebook has introduced some optional (and […]
Facebook, with over 1-billion potential candidates and candidate’s friend network as potential referrals, is a goldmine of untapped recruiting opportunities. Facebook is a great way to start building a talent community of candidates who are interested in working with your company. In this infographic we’ll tell you why Facebook recruiting is important
Your employees are talking about you whether you like it or not. We’ve all heard stories of employees posting inappropriate content on Facebook and Twitter then getting kicked to the curb. Well, this calls for a crystal clear set of rules and guidelines to help employees understand the appropriate use of social media. Create a […]
Your employees are one of your company’s greatest assets. Without them, you’re just another pretty face in a stadium full of supermodels. Building good relationships with potential candidates fosters loyalty and gives you an edge in the war for talent. An excellent way to start building relationships with people who are interested in working with […]
So, if you’re reading this, you’ve been recognized as the HR major on your team. Being the smart people you are, we know you probably already have a page for your company on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ to promote your employer brand (you do have ‘em, right?), keep in touch with future employees and give them career information.