Will Your Facebook Likes One Day Cost You a Job?

Will Your Facebook Likes One Day Cost You a Job?

Are the pages you like on Facebook painting a picture of you without you realizing it? Did you know that liking¬†“curly fries” on Facebook is a strong indication of intelligence? In this post on the people2people blog, I explain the sociological theory of homophily and question how employers could use the persona you subconsciously¬†present to Facebook to make hiring decisions.… Read more →

How Is Mobile Impacting Your Job Search?

How Is Mobile Impacting Your Job Search?

The world is growing increasingly mobile phone-obsessed with every passing day. Businesses and brands must keep up to survive, offering their websites and services on mobile-friendly platforms. The recruitment industry is no different, and studies show that a massive percentage of job seekers do much of their job hunting from phones. In my post on the people2people blog, I explore… Read more →

How NOT To Provide Recruiter Feedback

How NOT To Provide Recruiter Feedback

As manager of people2people‘s social media accounts, I’m sometimes astounded by the comments I see online. Naturally, we get some negative feedback, as all companies do some time or another, and sometimes deservedly so, but it’s shocking just how unprofessional some people can be. In this post on the people2people blog, I explore the topic of social media feedback, the… Read more →

6 Ways to Boost Your Job Search with Twitter

6 Ways to Boost Your Job Search with Twitter

Twitter isn’t often heralded as a job search tool, but, as more and more hiring companies and recruiters join the social network, it’s becoming increasingly useful as another medium through which to further your career, connect with the right people, and build your brand. My post on the people2people blog offers six suggestions for how you can employ Twitter in… Read more →