Use Social Media To Hire Some Real Experts For Your Design Business!

If you are in the interior design business and are struggling to find some new staff for exacting positions, why not think about using social media for this activity? It can be incredibly difficult to locate skilled craftsmen or sales experts when you use the traditional recruitment methods. If you take into consideration the fact that well over 1 billion people are now using these platforms, you may start to catch on to the fact that many of these may be the perfect candidate for your vacancy. This article looks at this new trend and offers a few hints about how to attract these experts to your business.

How Do Recruiters Use Social Media?

According to Jobvite, 92% of employers are planning to use these platforms for recruitment purposes in the near future. They have caught onto the fact that this is an excellent method for gaining a valuable insight to the lives of prospective candidates. Also there are a number of ways that social media can help firms find their perfect employees. We will discuss 3 of the most common ways in this article.

Background Information

If you have a number of decent candidates for a single role in your business, it can be hard to see past the ‘’mask’ that is worn during the interview stage. If you are looking for a talented salesperson, or a gifted carpenter, the facts remain the same. You need to learn a little more about the real individual before you can make an informed decision. It is fairly likely that these people will have an active social media presence, and this is a great way to peel off a few layers. Once you have found the correct candidate, you can use the information to see what really makes them tick. Most recruiters would be looking for signs of responsibility and trust in an individual. A set of photos from a wild night out would tell you whether or not you really want this guy or girl selling your interior design ideas to the public or not. You don’t need to be Einstein to use this type of information to discount unsuitable applicants.

Passive Recruitment

Way before the interview stage, you can start using social media to let the public know that you are a great company to work for. Promote the good stuff and play on any unique selling points. If you are trying to make experts aware of your bespoke training courses and excellent benefits packages, do this via social media. Many professionals spend hours browsing through other company’s pages whilst at work. Improve the social awareness of your interior design brand and you will soon be attracting interest from the appropriate quarters.

Active Recruitment

A number of businesses are using these platforms to contact individuals directly regarding available roles. It isn’t difficult to browse the platforms for groups that specialise in an exact skillset. You can read the related content and get a good feel for the technical abilities of the target. Simply send a private message to whoever you feel fits the role, and see what response you receive. There are a myriad of platforms that have special sections dedicated to your own area of commercial interest, do a little digging and you may find some gold!

Socially Recruiting Yet?

These are just 3 ways that social media can give you the edge when looking for quality staff. You can ensure that you know a little more about them and attract the best candidates if you follow these steps!

Author Bio:

The author of today’s post, Nancy Baker, is a freelance blogger who is currently associated with NY City Blinds, a New York based company specializing in an extensive range of custom shades and shutters. Click this link to know more about her company. You can also catch up with her on Twitter@Nancy Baker.

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This guest post is by Nancy Baker, a freelance blogger and technology enthusiast. She uses guest posting to share her ideas about different fitness routines. She is currently a part of the team at Walk’N Comfort, an orthopedic shoe store in Toronto. You can catch up with her on Twitter @Nancy Baker. Google

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