The internet offers us a wealth of options when it comes to resources for information and gives us access to this information from anywhere in the world and from sources that are anywhere around the world. Of particular appeal for people in the business of recruitment is the fact that the internet gives us the […]
Social recruitment is the process of sourcing or recruiting candidates through the use of social platforms. It is also promotional tool for advertising jobs to many different sites. With Facebook recruitment jobs can be easily forwarded or shared around the internet
TalentPack enables social recruitment through its posting tool to social media sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn. Enabling employers to gain access to passive candidates and also peers of your current employees.
Through TalentPack you can coordinate candidate sourcing by utilising all available recruiting tools including: social media, job boards, employee referrals and other recruiting tools: LinkedIn, Facebook, Google, Twitter and other forms of Social Media.
Social recruiting is beneficial in advertising your jobs and for finding the right candidate. You are advertising jobs on your own socail media sites targeting people that have previously shown an interest in your company. Through social media sites you also get to investigate potential employees, they might be a peer of a current employee.
Find out more about our Facebook career app
Social Recruitment Features
We are continually seeking out ways to improve and enhance the Recruiter’s experience. We can’t help it, we get a kick out of seeing our customers use TalentPack to get all their recruiting ducks in a row. We have reached out to our client base and asked them to give us the highs and lows […]
Bringing new employees into your company is always going to be a risk. It means spending money on someone who should, ideally, end up being a benefit to your organisation. Their skills helping to make your company into the success you wish to see it become. Hiring someone new can easily be seen as equivalent […]