In February, the business, tech, and social media industries were abuzz with the results of a study by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, during which it was revealed that in America, “droves of users” were taking breaks from Facebook. In the days that followed, the headlines worried about the fact that 27 percent of people were planning on taking a break from the world’s largest and supposedly most popular networking site.
When thinking of uses for Facebook’s new graph search feature, job recruiting may not have been top of mind, but social employee referral-management platform Zao pointed out that graph search is actually well suited for social recruiting.
Social media has revolutionized the way recruiters search for talent, which means job seekers need to make sure their profiles are tuned to perfection. After all, you never know when the right person will stumble across your Facebook page at the right time. In the latest Mediabistro feature, career experts and seasoned freelancers tell how to get the most out of social media profiles during the job search.
Facebook recruiting solution Work4 Labs Wednesday announced an expanded suite of social recruiting products, a free version of its product targeted toward small and midsized businesses, and the closing of $11 million in series-A funding from Matrix Partners and other investors.
Recruitment platform Bullhorn Reach threw cold water on the hot topic of Facebook as a job-recruiting leader. Apparently, LinkedIn and Twitter are better.