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Complimentary slides from the webinar "Integrating Social and Mobile Recruiting" by Lis Wilson ...

Complimentary slides from the webinar "Integrating Social and Mobile Recruiting" by Lis Wilson

The full webinar discusses:
The mobile and social recruiting landscape and how they are intrinsically linked.
The candidate experience and expectations
Tech available and how you can integrate mobile to your ATS or processes.

If you would like to view the full webinar, please email marketing@shorebird.com and we will happily email the recording immediately, or why not join our LinkedIn Webinar Network to access all our archives http://linkd.in/1acZPdh

Thank you

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Integrating Social and Mobile Recruiting Integrating Social and Mobile Recruiting Presentation Transcript

  • Complimentary Webinar Slides: Integrating Social and Mobile Recruiting 24th June 2014 By Lis Wilson
  • Objectives  Mobile & social recruiting 2014…  The candidate experience  What social sites  Integration The next 30 – 40 minutes:
  • Landscape 2014 MOBILE RECRUITING SOCIAL RECRUITING
  • 89% candidates will use their mobile devise for their job search in the next 12 months 13% of employers feel adequately invested 2/3 smart phone & tablet users access social media sites Mobile LinkedIn users are 2.5 times more active than desktop users 7 billion mobile subscriptions worldwide (95% of the worlds population) 1 in 4 would be deterred from applying for a job if the companies site was not mobile optimized
  • Why? You are already mobile
  • Job Boards & Mobile Traffic 0 10 20 30 40 50 CV Library Career Builder Jobsite % traffic to job boards from mobile device June 2014
  • Career sites Average acquisition (%) by device to client career page mobile tablet desktop
  • Why?  You are already mobile  Make a good first impression Google penalise you for non mobile site  Be better than recruitment agencies  Improve quality of applicants  Improve time to hire  Improve user experience for candidates  Can you afford not to do it?
  • What are applicants doing on their mobile? 51% Search for jobs 44% Save job listings so I can apply from my computer later 44% Get real-time alerts about job openings 39% Visit a company’s careers site 37% Read company reviews from employees
  • Integrating - Pulling Social Media QR Codes Job Boards SEO Research Apply Engage
  • Integrating - Pushing SMS / emails SEO Social Media Job Boards Research Apply Engage
  • 1. Your careers page  Shrink website to fit mobile display  Responsive Web Design (RWD)  Adaptive Web Design (AWD)  Apps Think about…
  • What Social Site? Personal home feed, groups, company page & “work with us” tab Personal profile feeds, groups, company page Your twitter feed,
  • What can you do?  Find out what 3rd parties are doing on your behalf and keep monitoring it.  Test your recruitment process on a mobile & review  Review & get to know your Google analytics  Know your audience  Consider options for mobile site  Look at some of the winners Priorities…
  • • View more FREE webinars at www.shorebird-rpo.com/free-webinars • Join our LinkedIn Group to access slides and recordings http://linkd.in/1acZPdh • Connect on social media Thank you 0113 322 7240 sales@shorebird-rpo.com www. shorebird-rpo.com
  • Next weeks Webinar: How to excel as an HR Business Partner 1st July 2014 @ 1.00pm By Lindsay Hanson Click here to register