Social Recruiting and Universal Truths
I’m so excited to chair the upcoming #socialrecruiting summit. If you are like me, you are telling your friends and colleagues about the upcoming event in NYC. If you are like me, you have to stop and explain exactly what social recruiting means in the talent management world.
Michael Specht wrote a great post, several months ago, with a simple and concise definition of social recruiting.
- Using social media tools as part of recruiting.
- Building a community of potential candidates.
- Engaging with candidates as people not numbers.
Can anyone do better than that? Do we have a universal definition for the act of social recruiting?
When you talk about social recruiting as a construct, I want to know how you define it. Do you leave off the word social and just use the broader term of recruiting? Is ’social recruiting’ something so unique that it still requires a separate definition, or is it ubiquitous enough in our industry that it’s embedded in your daily operations and recruiting strategy?
I’d love to know what you think. The comments are open…
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on socialrecruitingsummit.com
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