LinkedIn User Agreement

Recruiter, Listen Up! LinkedIn’s New User Agreement Is Out

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Last week you accepted LinkedIn’s new User Agreement.

Instead of working on improving their fairly inactive user base, they have found more ways to hinder the ability of “the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful.

So much so, that simply by suggesting to a job seeker earlier that he send a lovely personalised LinkedIn invite to connect to my friend and recruiter, Matt Duren, I was in fact encouraging him to breach his LinkedIn User Agreement. #fail

Check out the changes:

 

 

Maybe I am being all melodramatic. Maybe I am being neurotic.

But I’d rather you were aware than find yourself with a closed account.

Do you think the updated User Agreement will impact you?

 

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Katrina Collier is recognised globally as an expert at putting the human back into (social) recruiting. She has inspired countless HR & Recruitment professionals around the world to take a human centric approach; improving candidate engagement, increasing response rates, and reducing candidate ghosting in this candidate driven market.

Her first book, The Robot-Proof Recruiter, a survival guide for recruitment and sourcing professionals, will be published in August.

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