Using Social Media to Recruit and Incent Employees

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Social media can be used to recruit employees, with employers looking to sites like Facebook and Twitter for helpful details about a potential employee's background, level of responsibility, and more. It can also be used to incent employees, offering social media recognition on the company's website as a way to get workers to do better. I'll delve into both areas and why they work well in today's day and age.


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