How to work: Social recruitment is about much more than job listings
Social media platforms can provide an effective way to reach younger potential candidates, so creating a good impression of your company is key
Social recruitment is on the rise as a greater number of candidates, especially those in the millennial and Generation Z age groups, turn to online platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to find and apply for jobs.
For some employers, this means getting to grips with a new way of recruiting as well as communicating a much bigger message about what their organisation is about and what it can offer new hires.
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