Social media has altered the way hiring managers and job candidates communicate with each other. Today the question is no longer if employers are using social media in their hiring practice, but how.
Walt Disney opened his popular Sunday night television show in 1955 by telling viewers young and old about his vision of an enchanting new amusement park. He showed pictures of the construction site and sketches of such wonders as the Magic Kingdom and the Jungle Cruise. Read more
In his latest Expert’s Corner, Michael Keating outlines social media resources that manufacturers can rely on after a disaster. This is Keating’s third installment of a series on disaster planning and recovery. Keating discussed preserving the supply chain here. Future installments in his disaster series will cover helpful manufacturing consortiums and document recovery. Read more
There’s no question whether manufacturers should establish rules governing if and how employees may use social media. Of course they should. The bigger issue is understanding what is and is not legal to regulate, and what kinds of restrictions are good for business. Read more
In the latest Expert’s Corner, Michael Keating sheds light on how manufacturers can deliver their marketing message via social media, and the specific digital tools and strategies manufacturers are employing to boost their business. Read more
Facebook may be seen as a personal networking site for sharing updates with friends, but it is also a valuable recruiting tool for staffing professionals looking to place candidates. A new survey reveals that the benefits of such social media sites are growing for recruiters, with more using the web to search and place employees in 2013 than in previous years. Read more