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Hi,
Would like to hear you views on what you think is the current steps that companies are taking to benefit from Social Media in the field of recruitment and HR solutions.
Also what are the new innovative ways should HR managers try to use social media to address unsolved issues related to recruitment and HR managers
Thanks for your time and response
regards
Neel

From India, Bangalore
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Dear Neel,
Is this a project you are working for or you wish to implement the similar uses in your company? Please do share a little more about your question so that we can contribute . Do consider the discussions we had earlier in this forum:
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From India, Mumbai
neha.pahuja
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hi.. ya its very true the use of social media has increased a lot & i don’t think there is any harm in using it for recruitments.. i have also used these sites & found good results..
From India, Jaipur
Sanath raj
Dear All,
I am already working in a reputed corporate co., as Team Lead in HR Recruitment....
Concern:
Is it so difficult to get a job in other Corporates as HR...
Coz i havent found much of Opportunities shared by Co's looking for HR requirements...
Kindly suggest........
Rgds,
Sathya

From India, Mumbai
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@(Cite Contribution),
Hi (Cite Contribution) we are trying to leverage social media for our company as well trying to do a research as of the prevalent uses currently by the HR department of various companies and then depending on the finding we will like to extrapolate the data for determining future steps in our company as well as presenations.
Regards
Neel

From India, Bangalore
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Dear Neel,

Great to know about your work. Let us know if we can be of any help. You may find the practices shared by the industry leaders , but your research would require their success ratio. You may target that with a cross sectional study collecting a huge data . You may even consider interviewing the HR's and employees from these firms. If you keep your questions targeted , it should not be difficult for you to derive an hypothesis.

The ROI for this initiative would depend on how and who implements this. Many a times, most well weighed decision goes wrong at the implementation stage.

You may consider reading this presentation that shares the practices by the industry leaders.

Social Media and HR

Review to the New Social Learning

Social media for trainers

Regards,

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From India, Mumbai
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