By Staff Report
Feb. 14, 2013
When it comes to social recruiting, how savvy is your organization? In recent discussions with The RightThing clients, a large percentage have shared that while social platforms have quickly become a key component in their talent acquisition toolbox, most of these strategies remain in the infancy stage. As social talent solutions continue to evolve, now is the time for organizations to move beyond community creation and seek out additional ways to fully maximize this powerful medium.
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