Professional and social networks provide direct, instant, and cost-effective access to information on millions of job seekers.
But with that access comes responsibility–namely, to respect candidates’ rights during the screening process. Screening out potential employees based solely upon what you glean from social media leaves you open to potential discrimination charges. So protect yourself and your organization by incorporating these 10 Do’s and Don’ts into your social media recruitment strategy.
How would you like to …
- Get more work done … without having to work harder?
- Have more resources to take on new projects?
- Eliminate overtime expenses?
- Prevent staff burnout?
- Reduce turnover?
Read on to discover one of the most powerful ways you can actually do more and spend less.
Organizations of all sizes are embracing social networking and leveraging its power for business development, customer service and even HR management. Less than two years ago, social media was a novelty–today it requires an aggressive strategy. In this article, you’ll find some compelling reasons to use social media for your organization.
Did you know that an average employee litigation suit costs $100,000 to defend?!
Employment law is an increasingly complex subject, and getting yourself into trouble can be much easier than you might expect. So how can you protect yourself? Read on to find out.
Congratulations! You have found your next star employee. She has all the talent, experience, and personality you need. She’s mastered your interview process and passed your background checks. Now comes the hard part–salary negotiation. Want to know the secret to success? Find out in this quick read.