Purpose – This article aims to discuss the growing popularity of social networking as a recruitment tool and to outline some of the key considerations that organizations must take when embarking on social recruiting. Design/methodology/approach – This is a best practice guide based on Jobpartners' experience of providing e‐recruitment solutions to a number of blue‐chip global companies. Findings – The article outlines best practice when it comes to social recruiting, highlighting how one major global retail brand has successfully integrated social media tools into its recruitment strategy. Originality/value – The article will be of interest to HR professionals at organizations of all sizes interested in how to get best value from social recruiting.
Strategic HR Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: Oct 19, 2010
Keywords: Recruitment; Networking; Human resources
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