Hai Yan Chen, Creative Marketing Designer

A passionate Creative Marketing Designer for TEDS, Inc, Hai Yan received her B.S. in International Studies and Business from Emory & Henry College.
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Social Media Practices For Your Job Search

Posted by Hai Yan Chen, Creative Marketing Designer

Jul 23, 2014 11:30:00 AM

A colleague of mine recently asked me a VERY good question: “do you still need a Linkedin page even if you already have a job?” My answer was: “ABSOLUTELY!”

According to the 2013 Social Recruiting Survey Results published by Jobvite, 94% of recruiters and companies either currently use or plan to use social networks to support recruiting efforts. The top three social networks for recruiters are Linkedin at 94%, Facebook 65%, and Twitter 55%. In my previous blog, I wrote about how recruiters can use social media to expand recruiting efforts. Therefore, I decided to write about ways job seekers (whether active or passive) can use social media in their job search.

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Topics: Job Search Tips, Social Recruiting

Improve Your Recruiting Strategy by Using Social Media

Posted by Hai Yan Chen, Creative Marketing Designer

Jul 9, 2014 2:30:00 PM

I cannot emphasize enough on the importance of social media for not only marketers, but also recruiters. Research shows that 73% of Internet users ages 18 and above use social networking sites. Out of those adult Internet users, 71% use Facebook, 18% use Twitter, and 22% use Linkedin. Additionally, data shows that 65% of these social media users rely on a social media site for news while 26% use two social media sites for news. 

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Topics: Recruiting Strategies

Recruiting Strategy: 4 Marketing Tactics to Help You Win

Posted by Hai Yan Chen, Creative Marketing Designer

Jun 25, 2014 10:00:00 AM

The war for the right talent is vigorous and costly. Studies show that companies have spent over a third of their talent acquisition budgets on third party agencies, but with a result of only 8% positions being filled. The cost of talent acquisition has increased to around $124 billion with a calculated average of $3,500 per new hire. So, how can you make every penny you spend worth it and attract the right talent?

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Topics: Employee Recruitment and Retention, Recruiting Strategies