(PRWEB) September 25, 2012
Facebook isn't just for finding old high school flames or sharing the latest political cartoon with friends. It's fast becoming the hot new tool to recruit and hire great job candidates.
Join Blogging4Jobs for an online webinar at 11 a.m., Thursday, October, 4, on how to find the best candidates through the world's best social network. The average American spends nearly 400 minutes a month on Facebook and this one-hour seminar will cover the gamut of making those minutes count for your human resources department. Learn employment branding and job distribution strategies as well as untraditional tactics and hacks used by sourcers and aggressive recruiters.
Sponsored by TweetMyJobs.com, you'll learn recruiting secrets and hacks from global Fortune 200 companies and reach candidates in creative ways. Don't just stick to the local paper or job board. Think globally while discussing international social media trends in recruiting.
*Jonah Manning, an expert sourcer and internet recruiter who has helped build sourcing and candidate pipelines for Fortune 200 companies like Google & AT&T.
*Jessica Miller-Merrell, SPHR is an author and workplace technology strategist, who writes at Blogging4Jobs.com. Her company, Xceptional HR offers technology, mobile, and social media consulting for HR, Recruiting and senior leadership teams. Her book, The Social Media Workplace Guide will be available Spring 2013.
Go to https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/539323032 to register. This webinar is sponsored by http://www.tweetmyjobs.com and is pre-approved for 1.0 Strategic HRCI or SPHR recertification credit. Pre-register for this highly sought after session as space is limited.
Recently named as one of Forbes Magazine's top 75 career blogs, Blogging4Jobs is a workplace and human resources website taking it's readers to uncomfortable yet necessary places when it comes to the world of work.
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