Social Media Effect on Recruitment #INFOGRAPHIC

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Social Media Effect on Recruitment #INFOGRAPHIC

Social Media Effect on Recruitment #INFOGRAPHIC

Social media has become the focus of not only our private lives, but our careers as well. Websites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have pretty much become a reflection of our daily lives.

Employers have noticed this too. Social media has become the number 1 source of potential employees and talents for employers and recruiting companies to hire. It is cheap, fast, convenient and one of the best ways to judge a person’s character.

Social media includes web- and mobile-based technologies which are used to turn communication into interactive dialogue among organizations, communities, and individuals.

I.e. Social Media are social software which mediate human communication. When the technologies are in place, social media is ubiquitously accessible, and enabled by scalable

[clarification needed] communication techniques.

In the year 2012, social media became one of the most powerful sources for news updates through platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

Social Media Effect on Recruitment #INFOGRAPHIC

Social Media Effect on Recruitment #INFOGRAPHIC

Social Media Effect on Recruitment #INFOGRAPHIC

Bron: Intricatebs.com

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Door | 2016-11-01T18:07:24+00:00 8 september 2012|Categorieën: google seo, seo, social media, social networks|Tags: , |

43 Reacties

  1. Barry Gumm 8 september 2012 om 08:58

    Outstanding work again Berrie Pelser Thank you.

  2. Aviva Burstein 8 september 2012 om 09:00

    Great information! Nice infographic! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Alexander Bakoulis 8 september 2012 om 09:02

    A very interesting infographic. Thank you. I shared it, but I had to download it to my computer files to upload it to Pinterest. Your pin button and also the page doesn't work with my browsers pin button too.

    • Berrie Pelser 8 september 2012 om 09:09

      Alex I use Chrome and it works great, what browser do you use?

    • Alexander Bakoulis 8 september 2012 om 09:14

      I use Firefox.

    • Berrie Pelser 8 september 2012 om 09:17

      Just tried FF 15.0.1 and it works here?

    • Alexander Bakoulis 8 september 2012 om 09:24

      Well, it's not with Firefox 14.0.1.

  4. 'Themelis Cuiper 8 september 2012 om 09:08

    Specially in Europe there is a big movement called #DSEU, an up rise initiative to help companies and employees to get to the next level in online business and social. HR is and digital recruitment is a big component business will evolve in 2013-2016.

  5. MaryHelen Ferris 8 september 2012 om 09:17

    With back to college, school and university, this infographic will speed up many acceptances…..just knowing the way…clears the way. Thank you so much for this very timely peak at how we present out selves…and how to improve.

  6. Mary Helen Ferris 8 september 2012 om 11:19

    Great information and it nails it in the 90 seconds….and will last a lifetime. Thank you so very much for being a way shower…again.

  7. Mika Douglas 8 september 2012 om 09:22

    It seems to me that relying on social media score as a factor for job placement is dangerous. I have hired and fired many people over the years and I want someone who has a creative, intuitive, and analytical mind. Social Medial scores do not tell me the context of the information being served or their critical thinking abilities.

  8. JOERG 8 september 2012 om 11:23

    Always very interesting work

  9. Wayne Mansfield 8 september 2012 om 09:23

    It is hard to get businesses to agree with you thoughts on Social Media… it seems to me that they are still trying to bloc the networks and forget that most people use their smart phones to communicate… Maybe your information will encourage a better attitude towards social media?

  10. Soror Nishi 8 september 2012 om 09:25

    I don't usually like infographics, but this one is OK. I was surprised at the facts and found the graphics OK.

  11. Leo Basic 8 september 2012 om 09:34

    Great post and infographic, but I agree with Mika, Social Medial scores are not relevant for me.

  12. Manuela Tosi 8 september 2012 om 09:44

    E' uno studio molto curato sull'importanza nella vita sociale di oggi!

  13. Cosmic Doggerel 8 september 2012 om 09:46

    this is very informative. I think these social media has become like a background reference or an online resume for employers. but still it is something that needs to be verified.

  14. cd 8 september 2012 om 11:47

    this is very informative. I think these social media has become like a background reference or an online resume for employers. but still it is something that needs to be verified.

  15. Bang Gowes 8 september 2012 om 10:13

    Great content, thanks for sharing Berrie!

  16. Toon Kerssemakers 8 september 2012 om 10:25

    Very interesting. Whether you against this seeing a lot of riks, or being a great believer: in any case you have to deal with this kind of developments, especially when stake holders are starting to use these tools.. 2016 wil show us a cahnged situation definately. Thanks for posting.

  17. Richard Townsend 8 september 2012 om 12:28

    An interesting and perhaps dangerous trend… time will tell. “social media is part of your resume”.

  18. Florinel Nicolai Deciu 8 september 2012 om 10:32

    Your info's are an endless source of information and inspiration Berrie, you're a social media genius 🙂

  19. Harold Gardner 8 september 2012 om 10:34

    Watch what you post because other folks are watching. I had a buddy who got called in to visit with his boss about his FB posts. He forgot that he had friended his boss when he complained online about his job.

  20. Matt Cilderman 8 september 2012 om 12:35

    Once again, great info-graphic!

  21. Abhijit Pradhan 8 september 2012 om 10:38

    very insightful and helpful – amazing how social media encourages you to be even more well behaved 🙂

  22. Saul Fleischman 8 september 2012 om 10:44

    charity work? Really?

  23. Colin Sydes 8 september 2012 om 12:58

    Very good infographic.

  24. Laura Sykes (@layanglicana) 8 september 2012 om 13:16

    I love almost all infographics! But this is particularly good, and a salutary warning to the young to be careful what they splash around social media.
    One of the joys of being a pensioner is that I can say and do what I like, more or less!

  25. steven 8 september 2012 om 13:40

    Thx for the info always interesting stuff

  26. Paula 8 september 2012 om 13:40

    Interesting data! Online conversations, posts and personal info can be used as a barometer for hires, as represented by the 73%.

  27. Gerri Inspire 8 september 2012 om 11:45

    That's actual very intersting, thanks for sharing this graphic.

  28. Mithu Hassan 8 september 2012 om 11:49

    Thanks a lot to share a great infographic!

  29. abacnok 8 september 2012 om 13:50

    Well, seeing as how my last day at the wheel, so to speak, was Jan. 10, 1999 and at that time, there was almost no SM available, I did all of my hiring on a face-to-face basis. I would read their resume before metting with them, then use it and their live visit to determine if they would, or could, do the job.

  30. Leia P. D'Silva 8 september 2012 om 12:21

    Hmm..interesting statistics.

  31. Charles Slang 8 september 2012 om 12:25

    I love the way Infographics organize lots of information and bring it to you concisely so you can focus quickly on what you want without having to search and reread all over the document! For instance, on this article, it's very easy to see the increase in successful hires due to Social Media year-to-year, as the hexagons containing the numbers get larger as the numbers increase!
    Very good presentation!

  32. Craig Daniels 8 september 2012 om 17:05

    A lot of information to digest. Things never stop evolving do they…Thanks for the info.

  33. RIS-FAMILI 8 september 2012 om 17:26

    Social media is a new medium to promote idea and news.

  34. Michelle Gilstrap 8 september 2012 om 15:38

    I do believe that social media is becoming a factor, because I hear from my business members that they follow my posts on Linked in. I posts this information and they tell they enjoy reading this type of information. This is vital when you consider that they are reading updates on Linked in from my profile posts. That means they look to my profile for information about business and news to help them. Social media is becoming a major factor.

  35. Michelle Gilstrap 8 september 2012 om 15:40

    I do believe that social media is becoming a factor, because I hear from my business members that they follow my posts on Linked in. I post this type of information to help, and they tell me they enjoy reading this type of information. This is vital when you consider that they are reading updates on Linked in from my profile posts. That means they look to my profile for information about business and news to help them. Social media is becoming a major factor.

  36. Amanda Fox 8 september 2012 om 16:08

    Excellent insights – this is one people should review and commit to memory before they post without thinking.

  37. Sharon Ulery Ruggieri 8 september 2012 om 19:40

    I'm always surprised when someone tells me they follow my posts around on the internet. You're right, I just wished these scores mattered to me more.

  38. Omar Habayeb 9 september 2012 om 15:16

    I laughed out loud at the "Hire Me Maybe" Twitter Bird at the top! =) Very Nice!

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