Social networks have covered the business environment and it's not surprising that today you can easily find the candidates in the informal social media space. Pay attention to how many job posting and resumes people put on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter.
Job posting on Linkedin can be considered one of the most effective channels for connecting employees with employers. You can hardly find a resource with the same amount of registered experts and job opportunities as LinkedIn. Thus, by publishing the vacancy there, you'll spread it within your own network and associated contacts, and 95% guarantee is that someone applies to it. You can post a job both in your newsfeed and in the company vacancies section.
If you decide to post jobs on Facebook, be ready to get a lot of helpful comments and recommendations from your friends. Also, enrich your vacancy with the relevant hashtags with the words "hiring" or "needed" so people can find it via the search.
And naturally, nobody canceled the use of special job platforms, where Indeed.com
is the leader. In case you're not familiar with the service, I'll briefly explain to you how to post job on Indeed.
The scheme is simple. You create a job posting, add details (according to the vacancy structure), choose pay or free option for its publication and launch it. The users will be able to find your post in the search and apply to it. To accelerate hiring results, you can run the ad.
I think it's enough theory to start getting results. Let's move to the practical part.