The business media love to talk about Twitter, particularly regarding if and when it’ll be bought out.
It’s the greatest-ever source of up-to-date information. Then again, most users don’t tweet much or even use it much. So what’s to become of Twitter for recruiting and sourcing?
Allison Kruse, Kforce’s head of social media, and I talk about Twitter, including whether Twitter is still useful for learning about job candidates, and who’s best at a company to be tweeting about the company.
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It’s about 10 minutes, below.