Businesses have a lot to learn about the intersection between social media and the workplace. Yet, companies are not necessarily at fault for being behind the eight ball on these issues. The reality is that the technology is evolving more quickly than businesses can keep up with the resulting issues.Read More
Recruiters across industries know that referrals generally deliver the best candidates, and now thanks to social media sites, they are cheaper and easier to find.
Over the past several months, software vendors across the industry have announced social-recruiting releases and acquisitions.
For developing mobile recruitment strategies to stay ahead of the curve and attract diverse candidates, Sodexo is the 2012 winner of the Optimas Award for Vision.
Social media use has a generational component. Your social media policy has to account for these generational differences.Read More
While Dr. Linda Eagle was president of Edcomm, she established an account on Linkedin, which she used to promote Edcomm's services. After Edcomm terminated Eagle, the company accessed her LinkedIn account and changed her password, and changed the account to display the name and photograph of its new CEO.Read More
Businesses need to understand that without appropriate controls in place, reviewing Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, or any other publicly available online information before making a hiring decision is a risky proposition. Read More
Unless you require that your employees check their mobile devices at the door (and suffer the anarchy that would likely ensue) it is impossible to prohibit employees from accessing personal social media accounts during the workday. And, if it's impossible to monitor or enforce a policy, why have it in the first place?Read More
A new Jobvite survey found that 52 percent of job seekers used Facebook to help find a job in 2012, up from 48 percent in 2011.