Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing, social recruiting and anything else in the recruiting space. In this article, we’ll be talking about social recruiting, social in the enterprise, what candidates are searching for, employee engagement and the best of Dilbert.
I’d also like to share the articles from our blog this week that you should check out:
- Blog Post: Not All Recruitment Analytics Are Equal
- Press Release: SmashFly Customers McGraw Hill and CH2M HILL Selected as Winners for 2013 Candidate Experience Awards
Now on to the articles. Here are the articles that interested us this week (in no particular order), enjoy!:
How to Build A Successful Social Recruiting Strategy by Matt Charney (@MattCharney)
If you’ve ever talked with Matt, you know that he understands social media strategy extremely well. Here is one of the most comprehensive posts I’ve read on social recruiting. Please read.
Great question posed by Paul in this thought provoking post. Also worth reading the discussion thread in the comments.
HR Leaders embracing enterprise social technology bit by bit by Emma Snider (@emmajs24)
This is a great overview of Lisa Rowan’s (@LisaRowan) talk at HR Tech on the role of social and collaboration in the enterprise.
Watch Your Words: Job Seekers Aren’t Searching The Ones You’re Using by Leonard Palomino
Great reminder that a gap in your recruiting may be before a candidate even sees your opening. Are you focusing on the right words that candidates are searching for?
I’m a big fan of the Dilbert comic strip and here’s the creator giving his top 10 and explaining why he chose them.
Hope you enjoy the list and see you at the conference. And connect with me there via Twitter @smashfly.