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Erin Bazinet

Erin Bazinet is a sourcing team manager at Seven Step Recruiting, where she helps business meet high-volume, high-complexity hiring needs. She works with advanced Boolean search, social media sourcing, and engagement and applicant tracking to build a robust talent community and deliver the best candidates for open positions. You can connect with her on Twitter at @ErinBaz.

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Why Google+ Is the Recruiter’s Hidden Advantage

by Dec 17, 2013, 5:25 am ET

Google-Plus-LogoMost likely you’re already using LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, but what many recruiters don’t know is that Google+ is starting to make an impact. It is the second-largest social network and has more than a billion users. While this network has had a quiet emergence, savvy recruiters will find that Google+ offers some major advantages and the opportunity to get one step ahead.

How to Use Google+ for Recruitment keep reading…

4 Ways to Recruit Tech Talent With Google+

by Apr 3, 2013, 8:33 am ET

Screen Shot 2013-03-29 at 7.29.56 AMNowadays, just about everyone is plugged into Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. These social channels have opened up a completely new way for recruiters and companies to find skilled candidates for job openings across a range of fields. Beyond those three leading platforms, recruiters have also seen an influx of new social recruiting tools, like Jobs2Web. These new developments provide substantial evidence that recruiters and organizations are searching for innovative ways to source candidates through new and existing social media networks.

It’s interesting, then, that despite this clear ambition to make the most of available social recruiting channels, recruiters and organizations continue to underuse one prominent social network, Google+.

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It Will Be a Mobile, Visual, Interactive, and Personal 2013

by Dec 11, 2012, 1:27 am ET

We’re always looking for new ways to engage with candidates; we want to be first, and get there faster and more effectively. This year, we saw three key shifts in how job seekers consume career information that we foresee carrying over into the New Year.

Trend #1: It’s All About Mobile keep reading…