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How to Assess & Improve Your Company’s Online Reputation

We now live in a world where people are constantly sharing their thoughts and opinions about anything and everything. As a company, this can be a curse or a blessing. A few mentions on social media or some online reviews or blog posts about your company can greatly improve your image — or may very […] Read Article “How to Assess & Improve Your Company’s Online Reputation”

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How To Handle A Former Employee’s Negative Comments On Social Media

Parting ways with an employee is rarely a happy experience for either party. And in an employee’s case, whether he or she is being laid off under harsh economic conditions or terminated for another reason, losing a job can be intensely emotional. Some recently separated employees deal with their emotions privately, finding comfort from family […] Read Article “How To Handle A Former Employee’s Negative Comments On Social Media”

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When and How to Remove Someone From Your Social Media Network

Just like in the real world, social media friends and contacts can be great sources of inspiration, friendship, support and opportunity. They can also be annoying, toxic, time-sucking, needy and inappropriate. It’s bad enough when these connections cause problems in your personal life, but when they can have a negative impact on your career or […] Read Article “When and How to Remove Someone From Your Social Media Network”

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What You Need to Know on Social Media Recruiting

Our most recent webinar highlighted the importance and value of using social media as a recruitment tool. Throughout the presentation, we had many thought provoking questions from participants coming from varying backgrounds and industries. But unfortunately, we didn’t have time to answer each one. To keep the conversation going, panelists Ted Coiné and Mark Babbitt, […] Read Article “What You Need to Know on Social Media Recruiting”

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Webinar Wrap Up: Using Social Media as a Recruiting Tool

Watch the Webinar recording:  In this candidate-driven job market, job seekers are approaching their job search the way they would a substantial purchase of a consumer product. This includes: Doing extensive research on a potential employer’s reputation Studying up on the company’s brand and researching what the work experience might be like Turning to their own personal social network for connections […] Read Article “Webinar Wrap Up: Using Social Media as a Recruiting Tool”

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Webinar Sneak Preview: Jan. 28th @ 1PM EST: Using Social Media as a Recruitment Tool

It’s no surprise that social media (or, ahem, #socialmedia) is infiltrating every industry and vertical within the business world. We know it as a great tool for attracting consumers, but it’s also advantageous for attracting new employees. Now more than ever, it’s essential for recruiters, or those looking to hire new employees, to have an […] Read Article “Webinar Sneak Preview: Jan. 28th @ 1PM EST: Using Social Media as a Recruitment Tool”

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How Social Media is Shaping The Recruiting & Hiring Process

The unemployment rate is below six percent for the first time since before the recession. The demand to fill positions with specialized, niche skill sets is high, and these candidates can be especially hard to source. This means uncovering and attracting the best job seekers requires sophisticated recruiting tactics. As an employer, how can you get […] Read Article “How Social Media is Shaping The Recruiting & Hiring Process”

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Knowing How To Win and Learning How To Lose

Recruiting is like baseball; hit the ball with a small wooden bat 33% percent of the time and you are an all-star. You might fail the other 67% of the time but it will be your failures that you’ll learn from and eventually drive your success. Everybody wants to win and while winning isn’t everything […] Read Article “Knowing How To Win and Learning How To Lose”