Many businesses focus on increasing customers through social media use. More and more, social networks are being used to help fill positions in companies. While potential employees used to post their resumes on job search sites, they are now networking more on social networks than career sites. Advertising open positions in your business on your social media page is a great way to find the perfect employee.
Discover More About Candidates
Employers are using social network profiles to learn more about candidates even through traditional job application methods. For businesses already utilizing social media, when someone applies for a job through the link on your social media page, you have instant access to view the candidate’s profile to find out more about them.
Reach Millions With A Single Post
Millions use social networks on a daily basis. From Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to smaller niche sites, your biggest candidate pool is using the same networks you use to promote your business. Send out a message to all your fans about new openings in your company. Add a link on your page about the opening, all requirements and how to apply.
In just a few days, you’ll receive all the replies you could possibly handle. While some applicants won’t come close to meeting the requirements, you can quickly scan applications to find which best fit the needs of your business. It is better to have too many applications with several winning candidates than receive too few applications where no one fits the criteria.
Post Jobs For Free
Some sites require businesses to pay a fee to list jobs. Social networking sites are free to join and use. You can also remind users about the opening on a regular basis without your listing be lost in the growing pile of job openings on a career search website. Not only do you post your job for free, you can update the status and send out reminders whenever you want.
Your perfect employee could very likely be on Facebook, Twitter or any other social media site. Reaching out to your fans not only shows you value them, but that you would love to have them on your team as well.