Transforming HR & Recruiters Into Searchologists

Transforming HR & Recruiters Into
Certified SearchologistsProven Social Media Recruitment Training

Are your current recruitment methods outdated or failing?

You’re far from alone if they are.

But, in a candidate driven market, successful talent acquisition takes more than old school methods of advertising and marketing.

In-demand talent, know it’s their market, some are even hiding from recruiters! But if they are taking a peek, they’re checking you and your company out before they reply or apply. Are you giving them what they need?

When there are more jobs than candidates, you need to become proactive. Gaining the know how to use social media will give you direct access to the people critical to your company’s success, right now and in the future.

You are in the right place if you’d like to…

Feel in control of your recruitment, save time, attract the right people to your jobs and company culture, increase your quality of hire, increase employee referrals, and save a ton of money on recruitment & failed recruitment.

 

Learn from a full-cycle Recruiter who has trained HR & Recruiters around the globe to source and recruit on social media and who understands the pressure you face filling your roles.

Katrina Collier, social media recruitment trainer & speaker

Chief Searchologist, Katrina Collier, is an independent specialist on social recruiting, sharing knowledge gained from over a decade of social recruiting and full-cycle recruitment experience.

Whether you are just starting out, an experienced recruiter, or a company looking to modernise your entire talent acquisition process, here you will discover the best methods for using social media as a channel for recruitment.

Get in touch, if you are ready to make your recruitment time efficient, cost effective and painless.

6 reasons to transform your HR & Recruiters into Searchologists

It’s a candidate driven market and in 2016 marketing and advertising alone won’t produce results. Highly skilled people or in-demand talent need to be sought out  and wooed by Recruiters. This social media recruitment training will show you how easy and time efficient this can be.
Future employees check out you & your company before they reply or apply, how many are you losing? Do you know what to share to attract great employees? Is your social media a job feed? As a Certified Searchologist you’ll know exactly what to share to look like someone worth talking to and to attract great applicants.
Social media recruitment is proven to improve the quality of hire and increase productivity, which is even more great news for the bottom line. During your social media recruitment training you’ll discover tools that allow you to see more about people, giving you the opportunity to source people who have a better fit to you company’s culture.

Yes, you read that right (and your FD will love that!) As a Certified Searchologist you will know how to find and contact people for free. No catch. Where could you reinvest the money you save?
Proven to be the highest quality of hire. You’ll know techniques for seeing how you’re connected to potential recruits and which of your coworkers can make a lovely warm introduction. Win, win.
After this social media recruitment training you will have a kitbag of tools to use to save time, money & frustration. You’ll know which sites are the right ones to use to source your candidates and you’ll know how to get people to reply. Perfect!

Why this social media recruitment training?

The Searchologist is an independent training company with an unbiased agenda and this social media recruitment training is designed and delivered by a Recruiter for HR & Recruiters!

And besides Katrina Collier’s extensive global experience, booking this social media recruitment training will mean that you will know how to recruit the right people from the right social media sites for your jobs.

You will discover how easy and cost-effective it is to hire on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and a range of smaller, niche or technical sites you’ve probably never even heard of. Importantly though, you will know which sites suit your jobs so you don’t waste your time!

This is what your peers say about The Searchologist

Ready to become a Searchologist?

Social media will cost effectively ease the pain of your recruitment. To discuss your specific social media recruitment training needs call +44 7917 880 711 or read more:

 

 

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