Editor's Leader NOVEMBER 2017

DeeDee Doke, editor

The impact of social media upon recruitment has been intense and profound – no doubt about it.

The impact of social media upon recruitment has been intense and profound – no doubt about it. While much of that impact has been on how recruitment is done, a critical mass has been felt in how recruiters communicate with each other.  In the pre-social media days, online forums were present on individual websites, providing a conversation café of limited scope...

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