LinkedIn dominates the recruiting and sourcing industry. According to a recent survey by SourceCon, almost 100 percent of recruiters and sourcers turn to paid or free LinkedIn for information about potential candidates. But LinkedIn is not the only way to go, and in fact recruiters and sourcers could benefit form diversifying the places they look for information.
Having multiple options for recruiting is always smarter, and working more closely with your hiring managers can produce some interesting new leads. They can suggest different online communities to tap, and insight into the discussion forums they visit and the kind of topics that matter most to their top candidates. Social media can help you identify the right candidates, but without engagement and conversation, all you have is a list of names and numbers.
In this webinar we’ll be exploring different options for social recruiting, how to work successfully with your hiring managers to identify the some new places to start, and how to shift the focus away from the technology and back to a more human connection. We’ll focus on:
- How to work with hiring managers to support your sourcing strategy
- How to lessen your dependence on LinkedIn and find other free tools and platforms to diversify your search
- How to write an engaging email to attract candidate’ attention and make the right first impression
Join our free webinar on Wednesday, February 22 for great tips for broadening social sourcing, and reaching out to start the recruitment relationship through social channels and email.
Our speaker, Angela Bortolussi , will share her expertise in technical and product recruitment across different sectors.
Who should attend? This webinar is for sourcers who are looking to expand their information sources and improve the way they use social media channels to identify and engage top candidates. Join us on Wednesday, February 22.
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