Top 10 socially engaged recruitment agencies

Hays, PageGroup and Adecco all feature in LinkedIn’s 2017 rankings for most socially engaged large recruitment agencies, but who has come where in the list?

The rankings, which reflect staffing firms’ diligence in integrating social media into their business strategies, and which recruiters are successfully harnessing the power of social media as a way to build their brands, are as follows:

Top 10 most socially engaged large companies (GLOBAL) 2017

  1. PageGroup (UK)
  2. Hays (UK)
  3. Robert Walters (UK)
  4. The Adecco Group (Switzerland)
  5. Randstad (Netherlands)
  6. Kelly Services (US)
  7. On Assignment (US)
  8. Aquent (US)
  9. The SR Group (UK)
  10. Frank Recruitment Group (UK)

Top 10 most socially engaged medium enterprises (EMEA) 2017

  1. GQR Global Markets (UK)
  2. Charlton Morris (UK)
  3. McGregor Boyall (UK)
  4. Mackenzie Stuart (UK)
  5. Oliver James Associates (UK)
  6. Approach People Recruitment (Ireland)
  7. Executive Solutions (UAE)
  8. Proco Global (UK)
  9. Leap29 (UK)
  10. InterQuest Group (UK)

The list is based on analysis of interactions between over 60,000 staffing firms, 627,000 consultants and 500m members on LinkedIn over the past year. LinkedIn also explored a range of metrics including social selling index, content marketing, reach and talent brand index via LinkedIn.

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