Finding Social Media’s Place in Recruiting Strategy

We had the privilege of being the topic of conversation in a new post from William Frierson at College Recruiter.

We had the privilege of being the topic of conversation in a new post from William Frierson at College Recruiter.

“While many recruiters use social media to find quality job candidates, recruiting this way may not be ideal. Employers may want to consider pursuing other options, including banner advertising, email campaigns, and other interactive media solutions. One other option is to utilize the company website and internal referrals from existing employees (at least to begin with). Andrew Buhrmann, CEO of Vettd, explains why companies should look within before branching out on social media for their next employees.”

You can read the entire post here.

About Vettd

One of the biggest economic data challenges of our time is this: How can organizations be more competitive by better levering technology to identifying skill gaps and star talent to fill them?  

Vettd recognized how this challenge creates massive inefficiencies throughout the HR process. Only by understanding the true value of applicants and employees, at scale, can talent management ever be aligned with the goals of the organization. 

We founded Vettd to solve this problem using artificial intelligence. Our talent classification approach quickly distinguishes star talent qualities that are impossible for humans to recognize. By leveraging deep learning applied to natural language processing, we can help organizations interpret masses of profiles and understand the value of individuals.

Vettd’s AI-driven talent classification is a quantum leap improvement in the human resource decisions that will affect the future of your organization.

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