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Social media recruitment today means a lot more than posting new job vacancies and blog posts to your social networks. Successful social recruiting takes a lot of careful thought and planning, but with some persistence and a good strategy, you will be able to build a candidate pool directly from your social platforms.
To download the complete guide, click the button below and share this blog post.
download-social-recruitment-toolkit When you sell your people and your culture, you are selling something far bigger than your product, or even your company, therefore, it is vital that your social recruitment strategy is founded by a strong employer brand.

What's in our Social Recruitment Toolkit 2.0?

This comprehensive guide outlines the basic principles required to implement a successful social recruitment strategy with examples of how Cox Purtell approaches the challenge.

How to identify your Unique Selling Point

Why would a candidate want to work for your company? What are your unique value propositions? These are particularly important to define if your business is in a highly competitive, candidate-short market.

How to define and build your employer brand

One mistake I frequently see companies making is getting caught up in the mindset of ‘What can this social platform do for me?’

How to effectively communicate your brand story

Whether you’re an agency or a brand you need to have a strong online presence to showcase your culture and values. How else will people decide if they want to work for you?

How to engage passive candidates

Only active job seekers are going to visit job boards, but what about everyone else? The concept of social recruiting is not just about using social media as a sourcing tool, but to engage and build relationships with candidates before they know they are looking.

The best way to utilise employee networks

Imagine if every single person at your company shared all of your internal vacancies to their own personal networks. Even in a small company, this could garner some pretty impressive reach.

How to scale your social recruitment as your team expands

How does having offices in multiple locations, or even in different countries affect your Social Recruitment strategy? Should you separate your employer branding initiatives?

What the future of social recruiting means for your business

This trend will continue into 2016/17 as more companies drop their guard and open their doors to prospective employees on social media.

Conclusion

The uptake of social media by brands is growing far quicker than new users, and competition to be seen and heard is ever-increasing. Don’t allow your branding efforts to be muffled amongst the noise! Develop a comprehensive strategy today with our Social Recruitment Toolkit, complete with our Social Recruiting Checklist to get you off to a running start.
To download the complete guide, click the button below and share this blog post.
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Cox Purtell Social Recruitment Toolkit

Social media recruitment today means a lot more than posting new job vacancies and blog posts to your social networks. Successful social recruiting takes a lot of careful thought and planning, but with some persistence and a good strategy, you will be able to build a candidate pool directly from your social platforms.

To download the complete guide, click the button below and share this blog post.

download-social-recruitment-toolkit

When you sell your people and your culture, you are selling something far bigger than your product, or even your company, therefore, it is vital that your social recruitment strategy is founded by a strong employer brand.

What’s in our Social Recruitment Toolkit 2.0?

This comprehensive guide outlines the basic principles required to implement a successful social recruitment strategy with examples of how Cox Purtell approaches the challenge.

How to identify your Unique Selling Point

Why would a candidate want to work for your company? What are your unique value propositions? These are particularly important to define if your business is in a highly competitive, candidate-short market.

How to define and build your employer brand

One mistake I frequently see companies making is getting caught up in the mindset of ‘What can this social platform do for me?’

How to effectively communicate your brand story

Whether you’re an agency or a brand you need to have a strong online presence to showcase your culture and values. How else will people decide if they want to work for you?

How to engage passive candidates

Only active job seekers are going to visit job boards, but what about everyone else? The concept of social recruiting is not just about using social media as a sourcing tool, but to engage and build relationships with candidates before they know they are looking.

The best way to utilise employee networks

Imagine if every single person at your company shared all of your internal vacancies to their own personal networks. Even in a small company, this could garner some pretty impressive reach.

How to scale your social recruitment as your team expands

How does having offices in multiple locations, or even in different countries affect your Social Recruitment strategy? Should you separate your employer branding initiatives?

What the future of social recruiting means for your business

This trend will continue into 2016/17 as more companies drop their guard and open their doors to prospective employees on social media.

Conclusion

The uptake of social media by brands is growing far quicker than new users, and competition to be seen and heard is ever-increasing. Don’t allow your branding efforts to be muffled amongst the noise!

Develop a comprehensive strategy today with our Social Recruitment Toolkit, complete with our Social Recruiting Checklist to get you off to a running start.

To download the complete guide, click the button below and share this blog post.

download-social-recruitment-toolkit

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