Carve’s training programmes aim to equip recruiters and senior managers with the tools, techniques and confidence to use social recruiting platforms effectively and to incrementally improve the visibility and credibility of your organisation as an employer.
Carve’s social recruiting audit looks in detail at the market you operate in, your clients and your competitors. The purpose of the audit report is to establish your social recruiting footprint and inform social strategy development.
Carve Consulting has a number of partnerships with award winning digital development houses. We can assist with the development and integration of websites, apps, social profiles, games and mobile features.
The managing of companies’ social-media accounts is often allocated to an employee.This rather new job task has started giving rise to disputes about ownership of accounts and updates.
Yesterday Twitter announced updates to the platform, including a total rebuild of its iPad, iPhone and Android apps as part of its “mobile-first strategy”. This means you’ll notice a few changes once you update your app or log in to your account. The biggest change will appear on your profile once you take advantage of [...]
Why should your business engage on twitter? Here are a few points to help you understand the value in using this platform.
Over the weekend, in a blogpost outlining its plans for the future, Twitter announced that third-party applications and services were not necessarily part of its long-term strategy.
Today is the International Day of the Seafarer and Carve Consulting are proud to help the International Maritime Organization (IMO) celebrate seafarers around the world.
Thanks to Emma Mirrington and Gary Franklin who invited Paul to speak at the recent FIRM (The Forum for In-house Recruitment Managers) event on 26 April 2012.
Social media training for individuals, teams and organisations.