#SWCONF: Internal Community Management

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More and more organizations are hiring Community Managers. These employees are often charged with the responsibilities of managing your company’s presence on social channels like Facebook and Twitter. Sometimes working under a Manager (or Director) of Social Media, they take care of day-to-day tasks. They work across many departments: Customer Service: Answering questions, handling issues,… Read more »

Introducing Crexia Community for Social HR

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After a few weeks of setup and testing, I am pleased to present our Social HR Meetup group, that will power Crexia’s Community. We have always wanted to create a place to arrange smaller events and other community engagements. This meetup group will focus on our plans to organise Content-driven discussions online and offline, at… Read more »

#SWCONF 2011 Post-conference Meetup

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We’re very pleased to announce a post-event Social Workplace Conference Meetup to be held from 6pm on Tuesday 1st November at the oldest pub in the Marleybone area of London, the Dover Castle at 43 Weymouth Mews, W1G 7EH. RSVP here Following the inaugural #SWCONF 2011 speakers and delegates will be decamping for networking drinks at the… Read more »

#SRCONF: Twitter Chats to Source Candidates

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Twitter is often considered a valuable resource for those searching for a job. It can be just as beneficial to recruiters. However, it can be difficult to filter through the noise in order to find the right candidates for the right jobs. Instead of waiting for potential applicants to find you, consider using Twitter chats… Read more »

Social Recruiting: How Recruiters Screen Candidates [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Mashable recently posted an infographic presenting how recruiters use social networks to screen candidates. While it’s not surprising 91% of recruiters reported using social media to screen candidates, I was surprised to find that 69% of recruiters have rejected a candidate based on what they found. (For a famous example of this, read about the “Cisco… Read more »