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CareerBuilder has launched a new application called “Work@” that allows employees to share their company’s job openings on their Facebook page.
Work@ pulls open jobs housed on a company’s website or in their Applicant Tracking System. After an employee adds the Work@ application to their Facebook account, CareerBuilder’s job recommendation engine identifies matches in that employee’s network to the company’s available jobs.
More than one-third (35%) of employers in the U.S. use social media to promote their company, according to a new CareerBuilder survey.
Twenty-five percent of these employers are using social media to connect with customers and find new business, while others are using it to recruit and research potential employees (21%), or improve their employment brands (13%).
As social networking becomes increasingly widespread, more employers are using these sites to screen potential employees.
More than half (53%) of employers reported in a recent CareerBuildere.co.uk survey that they use social networking sites to research job candidates. Another 12 percent plan to start using social networking sites for screening.
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Facebook Insights (FBIQ) is sharing new research on what drives shoppers to use their mobile devices and the barriers they face. It found that 56% of omni-channel shoppers said that they made a purchase on a mobile device because they were already using it. 55% …