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  • 1. Modern Technology: Maximizing Benefit and Minimizing Risk
    Using Modern Technology for Recruitment and Employee Engagement
  • 2. Associated General Contractors of America HR Professionals ConferenceOctober 19 – 20, 2010
  • 3. Ron Kubitz, Recruiting/Training Manager
  • 4. Background & Experience
    Over 20 years experience recruiting for engineering, construction and related positions
    Corporate Recruiter/Headhunter/Sales MGR
    LinkedIn LION
    Prominent blogger on topics related to recruiting, HR, training, and careers
    CPC Certified
    AGC Member
  • 5. Objectives
    • Define Web 2.0 and identify methods to utilize LinkedIn/ Social Media for the betterment of your corporation.
    Utilize methodology learned to improve recruiting and employee engagement.
    Expand on the varied mobile recruiting technology capabilities.
  • 6. How many of you are using the Social Web?
  • 7. What is Web 2.0?
    Web 2.0 is a collection of technologies that allow users to interact with online content.
    LinkedIn
    Facebook
    Twitter
  • 8. What is Web 2.0?
    Centered on user experience, Web 2.0 allows for a variety of inventive and functional recruiting and employee engagement avenues.
  • 9. Social Media and Employee Engagement
    • Blogs and corporate social media pages are most effective
    • 10. Excellent form of communication in some cases BETTER than email
    • 11. Create more active employee participation and greater satisfaction
    • 12. Healthy ROI.
    • 13. Current employees can be our best marketing/advertising tool.
  • Benefits of Recruiting Through Social Media
    • Attracts passive and other top quality candidates.
    • 14. Builds a more personal relationship.
    • 15. Improves corporate branding.
    • 16. Improves the candidate experience.
    • 17. Human contact element.
    • 18. Increases traffic to the corporate website.
    • 19. Reduces recruiting costs.
  • Drawbacks of Social Media Recruiting
    • Legal/Ethical issues
    Screening
    Involvement
    • Web 2.0 policy statement
    • 20. Personal vs. Professional
    • 21. Must be committed to it!
    • 22. Employer resistance
    • 23. Part of total recruiting package
  • Create a profile & start INVITING!
    InMails
    Groups – Industry Specific – Join!/Invite Senders
    Post Jobs/Search Jobs
    Company Pages/Contacts
    Search Tools – People/Jobs/Companies
    Blogs
    Slideshare Presentations
    Questions/Answers
  • 24. Remember?
  • 25. Mobile is not just a phone.
    It’s text, email, video and web.
  • 26. Why mobile?
    Freedom
    Anywhere / anytime access
    Mobile web is on nearly everything.
    Mobile phone usage outnumbers PC usage four to one!
    Mobile access greater than PC access
  • 27. Mobile Recruiting
    Voice
    Text - SMS
    Web – corporate career site / blogs
    Search – Autosearch / Profiler/ Indeed
    Social networking – LinkedIn, Facebook, Apps!
    Proximity marketing
    Mobile email
    Video / audio
  • 28. Mobile Device Lineup
    Smart phones…Laptops…Netbooks…Tablets / iPads
    Recruiting apps
    Construction apps
    QA / QC
    Safety apps
    Various field apps
  • 29. Social Media / Mobile Technology
    The future is now.
    The future is mobile.
    How many tomorrows will come before you embrace the future?