Posted By admin on November 8th, 2011

Zartis allows small and medium sized companies to get started recruiting on Facebook. Check it out if you want to see what jobs in facebook look like.

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Posted By admin on October 26th, 2011

More than ever, companies strive to be ahead of their competition. To do so, you have to reduce your costs to a minimu m and bring and keep people on board who will make a difference. You’d be glad to know, you could be able Social recruiting isn’t just a buzzword. It’s a shift in [...]

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Posted By admin on September 27th, 2011

WordPress jobs listing plugin – FREE Well, it’s magic! Or not, it’s just plain technology. Good technology that is. Nowadays, you can pretty much do anything with apps. This one, is particularly good, it’s safe, available everywhere (wherever you have an internet connection), it facilitates you in getting a higher calibre candidate for your open positions and [...]

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Posted By admin on August 5th, 2011

The tech entrepreneur talks about innovation in the recruitment space Today, I’m going to write a more serious post than usual. “Serious” doesn’t mean not fun or not worth to read or watch the video. So, give it a go! Last Thursday, Microsoft Ireland and DCU organised a workshop in Dublin. The event aimed at [...]

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Posted By admin on July 27th, 2011

In the past few days, there’s been a lot of talk around how the openness of Gen Y on social media can affect their chances to get a job, in the event of a background check. I’m a bit confused. First of all, Facebook seems to be the main concern, and frankly I don’t even [...]

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Posted By admin on July 14th, 2011

So, couple of days ago, Jobvite published the results of its annual Social Recruitment survey. Here’s a brief summary of  the data (bear in mind, the survey was taken in the US): 89% of respondents are planning to recruit through social media this year (up from 83% in 2010) 64% have hired through social networks [...]

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Posted By admin on May 27th, 2011

Well, sort of. I’m not going to give you a whole guide on how to be on LinkedIn. I think we need more than a blog post for this. However, if you are not currently using LinkedIn and you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, I can help you. You probably heard that recently, [...]

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Posted By admin on April 21st, 2011

Few days ago, the Wall Street Journal published a rather provoking article about how China is struggling with the English language. I’ve read the entire article, which sparked some rage, reading from the comments on it. May be true that according to surveys (EF and other two language teaching companies) not enough Chinese speak English, [...]

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Posted By admin on April 14th, 2011

My last post (a while ago, I know) was on the state of social media in China. Today, I’ll share with you another wonderful graphic representation of the state of social networks. I love infographics, personally I am a very visual person and it makes it easier to understand stuff and to rememeber it if [...]

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Posted By admin on February 17th, 2011

Thomas Crampton’s social media team put togethere few infographics on how social media work in countries such as China, Japan or Korea. I’m just going to show you the Chinese one here, and if you wish, you can always go over to the original link for additional information. I’d like the visual representation, so you [...]

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