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Social media recruiting, contact building and job marketing via MeshHire.

Social media recruiting, contact building and job marketing via MeshHire.

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    • Social Media Recruiting “Contact Building and Job Marketing” Greg Cardenas CEO, Founder GForce HR
    • Greg’s Introduction• 20 years progressive HR experience with emphasis on Recruiting and Technology – 50/50 corporate vs outsourcing service provider• First to implement Recruitsoft globally (aka: Taleo at HP)• First to obtain a patent on a recruiting process (aka: LiveRecruiting)• First to develop a global RPO shared-service delivery model at Convergys• Specialized in delivering RPO from new emerging markets – Africa, Middle East, Asia, non-EU Europe• Creator of worlds first Web 2.0 enabled ATS entirely run on mobile devices – Launching December 2012 KPMG – Accenture – SAP – DataWorks - Grant Thornton - Trading Technologies Abbott Labs – eHitex – Hewlett Packard – AstraZeneca – Kenexa – Convergys - 247HR
    • Agenda1. Social Media Recruiting Basics  Overview of primary platforms  Trends2. Contact Building  “How to” best practices  Case study, Cardenas HR Labs3. Job Marketing  “How to” best practices  Case study, MeshHire4. Future of Social Media Recruiting  “Project EVA”  Outsourcing your social media recruiting “back-office”
    • SOCIAL MEDIA RECRUITING BASICS
    • PRIMARY Social Media Platforms • For the most part in the developed world, these are the primary social networking channels • What works for USA does not always work abroad • Cultural differences how social media is used around the world is different from country to country • Diversity is key to attract
    • Map of World Social Media Networks
    • Trends How social media is used around the world varies from culture to country to platform New country specific platforms on the rise
    • CONTACT BUILDING
    • Armada HC Cost Advantage LinkedIn• Establish a new work related account for purposes of recruiting…not networking• Import contacts from your personal account that you want to include• Join 50 (maximum) groups on LinkedIn relevant to the types of talent you are recruiting for• Add contacts from the groups you have joined• Add contacts from LinkedIn recommendations• Avoid importing large amount of contacts via email
    • Armada HC Cost Advantage Twitter• Establish a new work related account for purposes of recruiting…not networking• Import contacts from your personal account that you want to include• Search titles based on the type relevant talent you are sourcing for to follow – avoid dormant users• Follow 2000 (maximum) and purge non-followers weekly using ManageFlitter: www.manageflitter.com• Add contacts from Twitter recommendations
    • Armada HC Cost Advantage Google+• Establish a new work related account for purposes of recruiting…not networking• Import contacts from your personal account that you want to include• Search contacts based on function/title or company• Add 5000 contacts (maximum) to your circles – classify circles by function/title/or company• Add contacts from Google+ recommendations• Don’t burn yourself out…5000 contacts is a lot to add
    • Facebook• Establish a new work related account for purposes of recruiting…not networking• Import contacts from your personal account that you want to include• Search contacts based on function/title or company• Add 20 friends (maximum) per day – if you add more you will run the risk of having your account suspended from adding friends for up to 30 day or account disabled
    • Best Practices• Engage your new contacts – especially if they ask you a question• Encourage your new contacts to recommend you to their network or re-tweet your posts• Ask your new network questions on your opinions or news in general – post information that your contacts find relevant• Being courteous and respectful goes a long way
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    • JOB MARKETING
    • MeshHire vs. BullHorn• Less expensive to use per • More expensive per user user • Integrated with 3 primary• Integrated with 4 primary social networks social networks • Ability to publish articles to• Intuitive interface engage contacts• Easy to read info graphics of • Applicant tracking available your activity and progress at extra cost• Automated posting up to 3 • Automated posting limited times per day to once per day
    • Case Study: MeshHireAbility to post a new vacancy to you corporate career center OR host on MeshHire
    • Case Study: MeshHireOption for applicants to apply to the job directly AND become member of network
    • Case Study: MeshHireReal-time statistics let you know how many visitors have viewed your postings
    • Case Study: MeshHireReal-time statistics let you know how many clicks and resumes you have received
    • Case Study: MeshHireSimple interface to “broadcast” your job postings to ALL your social media contacts
    • Job Marketing: LinkedInPost to you wall, all your groups you are a member or any specific contacts
    • Job Marketing: FacebookPost to your wall, friends wall, or send your job opportunity as a direct message
    • Job Marketing: TwitterPost your job to your wall AND share with all your followers with just one click
    • Job Marketing: Google+Post your job to your wall AND share with all your contacts by circle you designate
    • Job Marketing: EmailSend up to 10,000 emails per day based on your subscription
    • Job Marketing: Job BoardsPromote your job on 10 free job boards that also index on Google
    • Job Marketing: Job BoardsAssign links to various referral sources to track visitors
    • PROJECT “EVA”
    • Contact Building & Job Marketing• 1000 competitors throughout Pan-Africa trained virtually• Each responsible for mining social media contacts AND broadcasting jobs to their contacts on behalf of companies• Weekly and monthly winners win cash & prizes• Develop best practices for “crowd sourcing” talent• Outcome: – Largest social media contacts database by country and in region – Ability to market jobs throughout all of Africa quickly – Level the playing field so more people get visibility to more jobs – Motivate young students in the field of HR, recruiting, & technology
    • OUTSOURCING YOUR SOCIALMEDIA RECRUITING CAMPAIGNS
    • Why is it a good decision to Outsource?• Friending, following, connecting, or circling new contacts takes a long time and can be tedious work• Paying a recruiter a salary in some developed countries is not a good use of their time and skills• Blasting, posting, writing, responding, re-tweeting, researching relevant data, engaging your contacts, etc. is a daunting task• Trying to short-cut by using “bots” often results in disabled social media accounts• For $250-$500 per month you can have someone in a developing country manage your social media recruiting campaign and is available via Skype for real-time access and feedback
    • QUESTIONS?
    • Thank YouGreg CardenasC.E.OGForce HREmail: greg.cardenas@gforcehr.comSkype: greg.cardenaswww.gforcehr.com