Recruitment

9 Ways Social Recruiting and Collaboration Tools Enhance Recruiting Processes

By Staff Report

Jul. 29, 2013

New technologies are fostering greater social participation and new ways of working, changing how people connect, collaborate, learn and gather information. Social media and collaboration tools – now increasingly used across a range of enterprises – are also altering how organizations attract, recruit and retain talent, as well as how individuals learn about potential employers. Whether it is a passive or active candidate tapping into their network to learn about a company or job, an employee investigating career path opportunities, or individuals connecting with colleagues around the world, social collaboration tools are creating a seismic shift in how work gets done, how information is shared and how businesses produce results.

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