Recruiters Don’t Care About Your Selfies on Social, Love Seeing Volunteer Work

Jobvite, in its 2015 Recruiter Nation Survey, asked recruiters about what they look for when they examine a candidate's social profiles.

It’s common knowledge now that job recruiters and hiring managers give at least a cursory glance at your social presence.

But what types of behavior are turn-offs and what is viewed favorably?

Jobvite, in its 2015 Recruiter Nation Survey, asked recruiters about what they look for when they examine a candidate’s social profiles. While most recruiters were neutral about selfies, spelling errors in posts were a major no-no.

What else are recruiters looking for? Find out in the infographic below.

Jobvite-Social-Impressions-InfographicTop image courtesy of Shutterstock.

 



Publish date: November 17, 2015 https://dev.adweek.com/digital/recruiters-dont-care-about-your-selfies-on-social-love-seeing-volunteer-work/ © 2020 Adweek, LLC. - All Rights Reserved and NOT FOR REPRINT
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