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Talent Mining by Niche Training

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Social Media allows recruiters and head hunters great opportunity to source and develop a relationship with talented individuals on behalf of their clients.

Social Media allows recruiters and head hunters great opportunity to source and develop a relationship with talented individuals on behalf of their clients.

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  • 1. Charlotte KempNiche Training
  • 2. “Start with good people …”Lee Iacocca
  • 3.  Cold Calling Referrals Job postings Which is most effective? Which accounts for the variables?Which taps into those not actively job hunting?Why not add social media search as an option?
  • 4.  Experience  Desired Education opportunity Capabilities  Compensation Location  Availability
  • 5.  2/3rds of employed people - Passive or not looking Job boards won’t reflect them
  • 6.  Gen X and Y etc Loyalty to profession, not company Talent leaves unpredictably “Needs” are more than just financial Not geographically bound
  • 7. Easy to find those looking for you. This is aTwitter hack to bring themselves toattention of intended employer.
  • 8.  Specific individual Skill set Key words Related key words Projects
  • 9.  Social Communication choice of younger generations Reveals indirect information Connected Extensive reach Crosses hierarchies Viral
  • 10. Connections in Different industries Different countries Various levels of business Competitors and suppliers
  • 11.  Resume Connections Recommendations Projects and Publications Groups Expertise
  • 12.  Use hashtags  #HTML5  #Andoid  #developer  #jobs + #writer or #IndustrialEngineer
  • 13.  Define key words Monitor industries Monitor companies Alerts
  • 14.  Monitor interesting candidates Monitor different industries Tap circles for referrals Create your own brand awareness
  • 15. Be alerted to any mention of A name A company Your competition A skill set A project Industry terms Employment terms
  • 16.  Easily see other companies that friends are connected to, and tap into for leads.
  • 17.  More opportunities More tools Better skilled Still necessary
  • 18.  Use search and social means Follow and Engage Turn into new hires Repeat
  • 19. Charlotte Kemp Niche Trainingcharlotte@nichetraining.co.za

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