If you were so inclined you could spend every working moment on LinkedIn, engaging in lively debates surrounding tropical subjects abounding the myriad of mysteries that squirrel themselves into this wonderful recruitment sector of ours. But time is precious – blah, blah – so stripping the stratosphere’s largest platform of cobbled-together professionals back to basics is essential. And that’s where groups come in which, for me, is easily LinkedIn’s most valuable feature. If networking with like-minded recruitment folk is your thing – and it ought to be – check out my list of the top 10 places to hob-nob:
Great for: Cross-sector market trends and reports; multi-disciplined advice and guidance; notifications to industry events.
Great for: Multi-faceted content sharing amongst all levels of UK recruitment professionals.
Great for: Sharing best practices in online recruiting and providing insight on talent management technologies around the world.
Great for: The latest discussions surrounding the hot topic of employer branding and talent attraction news and trends.
Great for: Objective news and opinions throughout both agency and in-house recruitment sectors, with regular event updates.
Great for: Highly engaging regular opinions, discussions and polls surrounding the evolving recruitment landscape.
Great for: Lively discussions around industry policies, procedures, hiring methods, practices and other recruitment-related topics.
Great for: Truly holistic views on and discussions about all aspects of the recruitment cycle, across the globe.
Great for: Infiltrating the in-house recruiter market to understand more about sourcing, talent acquisition, referrals, and other recruiting and HR issues.
10 Hey, this doesn’t have to be an autocratic piece – feel free to fill in the blank.
There you go, look forward to conjuring conversation in a group nearby soon…