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Why Talent Communities Make Your Social Recruiting Strategy Better

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Doug Berg, Jobs2web Founder and Chief Recruiting Geek
In a LinkedIn world where public networks are dominating the news in the recruiting industry, how can your company develop its own private network of talent to target? Whether it is managing your subset of LinkedIn contacts (recruiter and employee networks) or capturing passive candidates on your career site it is now more important than ever to have an automated and measurable recruiting strategy that drives results.

Creating your own proprietary talent community is one of the most effective ways to make your social networking and CRM strategy better. Where do you begin? Doug Berg, Jobs2web Chief Recruiting Geek and Tom Steele, Jobs2web Solutions consultant will team together to provide clarification on the role that a talent community should play in recruiting and share real client talent community success stories. Topics covered include:
• How a talent community is different than a CRM
• Building talent pipelines within your talent community
• Capturing your social contacts (and your recruiter’s contacts) in your talent community
• Utilizing your talent community for mobile and event contacts
• Capturing passive candidates and career site visitors
• How a talent community helps you multiply results from all recruiting channels
Oct 6 2011
47 mins
Why Talent Communities Make Your Social Recruiting Strategy Better
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