Job Seekers: What's on Your Social Profile Can Hurt Your Prospects (Report)
Recruiters view oversharing, too many selfies, poor spelling and photos of alcohol consumption negatively.
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Social has become an important part of the recruiting and job searching process. While companies like to manage their brands on Facebook, Twitter is where most job seekers go to research companies and their employees. Still, according to the most recent Jobvite report, recruiters are starting to understand the importance of cultivating an employment brand, as well as finding skilled, talented workers.
There’s a disconnect between job seekers and recruiters when it comes to mobile. According to the Jobvite report, job seekers are going mobile, but more than one-half of companies don’t have mobile websites.