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Want to show prospective candidates why it’s awesome to work at your company? Dedicated career social media accounts are a proven way to supercharge your employer branding, digital recruitment, and employee experience.
Your company’s career account is a central place to house employer branding content, like behind-the-scenes updates, employee spotlights, recruiting announcements, company accomplishments and more.
Need some inspiration to start building your company’s recruiting account? Check out these awesome, engaging content examples from employers in the FindSpark community:
Offer some #motivation to employees, followers and prospective candidates.
A comfort zone is a fine place, but nothing ever grows there. How will you step out of your comfort zone? #DailyInspiration
— Careers at ANN INC. (@ANNLOFTCareers) January 15, 2017
Share behind-the-scenes moments, especially if they involve Pugs:
Got an office visit from Business Gary today. Goofy enthusiasm. Cleaned the kitchen of all crumbs. Strong networking skills. 16/10 pic.twitter.com/nFXKz1HS63
— Brandwatch 👩🔬 (@Brandwatch) January 19, 2018
Announce new openings at your company.
— MSG Careers (@HireMeAtMSG) April 8, 2018
Going to an awesome event like #HustleSummit? Tweet it!
Yesterday Tom Ray of @Cloudreach USA sat down with @FindSpark CEO & Founder @emilymiethner to share some major career and job hunt tips. Check out the interview and don’t miss us at #HustleSummit #Chicago on March 30th: https://t.co/86tERHusYI pic.twitter.com/c96Q0hv490
— Keep It Cloudy (@CloudreachKIC) March 15, 2018
Don't wanna work for us? No need to read this tweet. Keep scrollin, pal. pic.twitter.com/HfkwOTk6Tq
— Jellyvision (@Jellyvision) March 26, 2018
Share practical career advice to help your own employees and others.
— Time Inc. Careers (@TimeIncCareers) January 15, 2018
Show off your company’s accomplishments.
— Condé Nast (@CondeNast) December 4, 2017
Dedicate posts to causes that your company supports.
This month, we celebrated women of achievement by sponsoring the #GirlsInc luncheon. Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, through service & advocacy. Members of our ERGs, Women At Macy's and b.WOMEN, called the event "inspirational and heartfelt." pic.twitter.com/OX0gYmNSqk
— macysJOBS (@macysJOBS) March 27, 2018
@Mention accounts that can help spread the word about new opportunities, partnerships and programs.
Yes @CNNEE !! And you can be part of the team, we're hiring an Atlanta-based Producer and Associate Producer! Apply here: https://t.co/JWscbCUtaG
For AP : https://t.co/jQNyrz7SVi @jamcnn @BerthaRamosCNN @NAHJ @LatinaJournos @NAHJ_NYC https://t.co/wGhDB0HcrR
— We Are CNN (@CNNCareers) March 22, 2018
Give tips on improving your work environment.
— Horizon Media (@TheHorizonation) April 30, 2017
Spotlight inspiring and exciting updates from employees.
Showcase how your company interacts with your community.
Highlight company culture by showcasing tight office friendships.
Announce exciting new ventures.
Interview your employees about causes and industry topics and showcase their replies in content.
Give prospective candidates a glimpse into a day in the life at your company!
Show what sets your company’s campus apart.
Use a dedicated hashtag in addition to a dedicated account so that people can easily track your team’s updates.
Interested in learning how FindSpark can help you create engaging, custom content and programs to reach your recruitment, diversity, and inclusion, and employer branding goals? Schedule a call with us today! findspark.com/schedule-call