Want to know how to quickly and cost-effectively recruit on social media? This workshop will show you how to recruit the best people from multiple social media sites, whilst you promote your employer brand and increase referrals.
Why limit your social media recruiting pool to 259 million LinkedIn users when it may not be the right source of people for your company. Spread your net; learn how you can easily access the 1.4 billion Facebook, 500 million Twitter, 334 million Google+, and 1 billion YouTube users and more.
These proven techniques will save you time, reduce your current recruitment spend, and ensure your company’s success.
Attend Recruiting Directly on Social Media and leave with the knowledge to:
Conduct fast accurate searches of LinkedIn with Boolean, Google and Bing, useful even if you have a Recruiter license, and improve response rates.
How to source talent using Facebook’s Graph search, attract talent to your FB Page, and create effective pay-per-click advertising campaigns.
Get to grips with Twitter: reaching 2million job posts/month this year learn how to make yours standout and how to find and engage candidates.
How to use Google+ in your recruitment: sourcing candidates, using Hangouts for interviews and content creation, Authorship, and communities.
Learn fast ways to tap into other sources like YouTube, Xing, Viadeo, Quora, Pinterest and much more.
Some other useful tips that will help you find candidates in unexpected places, with ease.
Build your online profiles and company presence so they attract job applicants.
Use the right social channels to promote your employer brand.
Use great tools to save time, create content, and promote your job opportunities.
In this small group session you will be encouraged to participate and ask questions. You will also receive a detailed training manual.
The workshop runs from 9am – 3pm and includes a 1 hour telephone follow-up to maximise the effectiveness of your training.
1 Place: £397 + VAT
2 Places - saving 30% on the 2nd: £675 + VAT
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