A Recruiter’s Goldmine

“How did you find work on Twitter?” I was asked recently at a networking seminar. “Easy,” I replied, truthfully, “by reading between the tweets.”

Web 2.0 has now reached a stage of early maturity, so much so that to continue to refer to it as Web 2.0 is rather “last year”. It’s now just part of doing business. Anyone who has anything to do with work, from recruiters to HR managers, to actual employees, knows that to be out of touch with social media (its proper name) means operating at a disadvantage.

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Steve Prentice
Steve Prentice is president of the consulting firm, Bristall Morgan Inc., which has offices in Toronto and New York. He speaks, writes and consults on the art and science of bringing people and technology together in productive ways.
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