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Using Social Media to Screen Job Applicants

“No matter what I do, I cannot seem to find the right employees for my business.” 

There are a lot of employers out there who believe that quality employees are nearly impossible to come by these days. In fact, many straight believe that “they just don’t make them like they used to…”

I find this to be a defeatist attitude and I don’t buy it. There’s no doubt that finding the right person for a position is challenging because oftentimes employers are looking for very specific experience and character traits to fit the role. However, rather than wasting time assuming that no one can actually satisfy the criteria, why not spend the time properly researching the pool of applicants? There’s an easy venue for this search: it’s called social media, and in many cases it can be quite telling about various aspects of a person’s personality and experience.

What do I mean by this? Well let’s take me as an example. I’m a lawyer and the Vice President of Business Development for LegalLinkup.com, ...

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