September 3, 2013

Work4 Releases New Facebook Graph Search Whitepaper

work4-labs-logoWork4, the company that deems itself the no.1 Facebook Recruiting Solution, is offering a new, comprehensive guide to making the most of Facebook Graph Search for recruiting. The new whitepaper, “The Joy of Facebook Recruiting: Sourcing the Best Candidates with Graph Search,” provides recruiters and hiring managers with an in-depth look at best practices for sourcing the highest quality candidates on the world’s largest social network—Facebook, of course.

The company’s Facebook Graph Search tool allows anyone to quickly search and discover the most relevant people, places, and things in their networks, something Work4 says is an especially useful feature for recruiters looking to source high quality candidates. With the tool, recruiters and hiring managers can use natural language to search for candidates whose backgrounds fit a particular job description or hiring initiative. These include education, work history, location, skill sets, interests, spoken languages and more.

Recruiters can download the whitepaper for free to learn:

  • Why Graph Search is an essential ingredient for Facebook recruiting
  •  How to spice up your sourcing strategy with the right search terms
  •  How to fortify your talent search with Facebook hashtags
  •  How to serve your recruitment message to the right people

“This whitepaper goes above and beyond the usual ‘quick tips’ for sourcing on Facebook,” Kirsten Smith, Work4 VP of Marketing, said. “We’re excited to provide recruiters with an in-depth breakdown of how Graph Search can benefit their recruiting strategy while also thoroughly explaining best practices for sourcing candidates, attracting talent to the company’s Facebook Career Site, and quickly and easily turning Facebook into a search tool for uncovering passive talent.”

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