Summertime can only mean one thing - hiring season is in full swing.
Across the country, major corporations and small businesses are gearing up to bring on interns and employees for the summer months. And how are they finding their target demographic? By hitting up the social platforms that Millennials frequent the most often, of course.
If you’re ready to do away with standard job apps and spice up how you reel in summer hires, take a page from brands flexing their recruiting muscle via social media.
Following Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn, one of the key areas where you can expect to see LinkedIn improve is in data utilization.
LinkedIn, which now has more than 500 million members, has an unmatched database - they have the professional and educational histories of (almost) all of those members. That sets LinkedIn apart from other networks - while Facebook's also trying to muscle in on LinkedIn's turf by introducing job listings on Pages, LinkedIn's data gives them a big advantage.
Getting laid off sucks. No doubt about it.
First, there’s the basic injustice. A bunch of fools mismanage a company, pocket some nice bonuses along the way, and when it goes south, fire a bunch of underlings.