So, your company is gearing up for growth. Great!
But while you might know WHO you need to bring on board, you're not exactly sure how best to go about reaching and engaging with them. You also could do with a bit of advice on how to keep great talent once you find it.
Luckily, there's an app for that.
Twitter is a goldmine of info on sourching, attracting, hiring, and retaining talent. Finding the content is easy — it's knowing whose content deserves your attention that's tough.
Which is why we decided to made life a little easier for you.
Featuring icons and influencers from the worlds of HR and recruitment, this is the Clinch "Fab 15" — 15 Twitter accounts (listed in no particular order) that you should be following if yours is company that's hiring for growth.
For more on how to attract and engage the best talent for your company, download our free recruitment marketing eBook, How to Create the Content You Need to Attract the Candidates You Want.
In HR, some processes humanise, some process humans.— Matt Buckland (@ElSatanico) April 17, 20152. Laurie Ruettimann
3 Keys to a Sustainable Startup HR Strategy: my interview w/ @Recruiter_Rose @OpenViewLabs http://t.co/Hfuoy5DaMb— Laurie Ruettimann (@lruettimann) April 15, 2015
Google's HR boss says the best managers practice these 9 habits http://t.co/EFotT64KMG pic.twitter.com/mQP94Dz8OH— Jim Stroud (@jimstroud) April 25, 2015
If you go out of your way for your employees, they'll go above and beyond for you. - @itsyourship— Stacy Donovan Zapar (@StacyZapar) April 28, 2015
@TRGAlejandro@iDonato@animal@williamtincup Source, assess fit, then match skills. Ony submit those who fit— Bill Boorman (@BillBoorman) April 8, 2015
A self-proclaimed HR & Recruiting Nerd, Matt is the Managing Editor at RecruitingBlogs.com. From Tweets to whitepapers, this guy knows good content. What's more, he knows how to get it in front of the right people, too. Authentic, informative, and just the right amount of snarky, Matt's Twitter account is a must-follow.
I hate it when people ask me about word count. It should be as long as it takes you to say what you want to say.— Matt Charney (@mattcharney) April 8, 20157. Maren Hogan
Maren is the "Chief Marketing Brain" of Red Branch Media and the voice behind the wonderfully-named "Marenated" blog. With 13 years of marketing and communications experience, she has spent the last 6 focusing on the Talent Acquisition and Management spaces. She now helps professionals in those areas figure out marketing, community and social.
"40 percent of employees don’t understand how to be successful in their company." http://t.co/NeqiCjLIrB #HR #Employees #TChat— Maren Hogan (@marenhogan) April 22, 20158. Craig Fisher
Craig Fisher is CEO of TalentNet, and the brains behind the first Twitter chat for recruiters. Passionate about inbound hiring, social recruiting, and business development, Craig wants to help people better understand "how to use social tools, cool apps, and great content to find and engage with their target audience." (fishdogs.com)
6 Key Principles For Managing Millennials http://t.co/LFJ7r08Bmt— Craig Fisher (@Fishdogs) April 27, 2015
Get specific about your culture. Are you honest and up front with candidates about your corp. culture? You should be! #culturematters— Shannon Smedstad (@shannonsmedstad) April 21, 2015
William is a Principal Analyst at KeyInterval Research. Self-described "part researcher, part marketing savant and part advisor," William is definitely the whole package when it comes to being an authority on HR Tech. Follow him for data-driven insights and conversation on company culture.
RT Why You Really Need to Treat Your Ex-Employees Well http://t.co/5tJYY1i6om @TLNT_com— William Tincup (@williamtincup) April 28, 201511. Sharlyn Lauby
Sharlyn is the HR pro turned consultant and self-proclaimed foodie behind the HR Bartender blog. Like her blog, Sharlyn's Tweets cover topics that relate to the workplace in general, not just human resources.
How You Can Become a Simply Irresistible Organization #rectuiting #leadership http://t.co/eQoJCuux7g pic.twitter.com/aNqBThahes— Sharlyn Lauby (@sharlyn_lauby) April 27, 201512. Andy Headworth
The founder of Sirona Consulting, Andy is a published author and an expert in the area of social recruiting.
How to Build a Talent Pipeline with Social Media Content Marketing http://t.co/9gATkE3QYo by @andyheadworth— Andy Headworth (@andyheadworth) April 28, 201513. Emilie Mecklenborg
Emilie is a recruitment media strategist at Alexander Mann Solutions and the community manager lead at TalentCulture. An avid Tweeter, Emilie's specialities include Human Resources, Social Media Strategy, and Sourcing & Recruiting.
Companies can't just say "we're hiring" anymore - they must show candidates why they should come and work for them. #TChat #socialrecruiting— Emilie Mecklenborg (@EmilieMeck) October 24, 201414. Greg Savage
Greg is the founder Firebrand Talent Search, People2People and Recruitment Solutions. Offering frank and honest insights and commentary on recruitment and leadership, Greg is renowned the world over for speaking "The Savage Truth," which, incidentally, is also the name of his website.
Increasingly, top talent will no longer apply for jobs. Their next job will come to them. Or be brought to them.— Greg Savage (@greg_savage) April 29, 201515. Tim Sackett
Tim is a 20-year HR/Recruiting pro who truly believes that " the most important thing an organization can do is increase its core talent base." His Twitter account is a goldmine of links to content designed to help managers get more from current employees as well as attract new ones.
8 Hacks Benefit Managers Can Do to Raise Employee Engagement http://t.co/D2yLU6isPg— Tim Sackett SCP,SPHR (@TimSackett) April 20, 2015