Slack but for recruiting

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Slack but for recruiting

Good morning,

Employers are catching on to a new Slack trend: hiring workers from Slack-specific networking groups in the still unending war for talent.

You may use Slack as a business communication platform to instantly message your team. But the platform has changed since it was first launched in August 2013. Those on the prowl for their next job have turned to exclusive networking forums on Slack where they can swap advice or chat about current job openings. Group members are reportedly putting one another in touch with hiring managers as well. And it’s a trend that employers are watching. 

The platform’s informal feel provides an opportunity for recruiters to share more about what it’s truly like working at the company in a casual way. There's a big need for that. Although job openings dipped in May, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were still 11.3 million openings to fill.

Read on for more on how companies are using Slack to find and recruit new job candidates.
 
 
 
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