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We will be running an event with Irwin Mitchell and Social-Recruitment – the presentations and roundtable discussion or Recruitment, HR and Business Leaders will focus on:

 

“Social Media: Use it to Recruit, Grow and Protect Your Business”

and will be held at Irwin Mitchell’s Leeds office over breakfast from 8:00 am to 10:00 am on Wednesday 19 October. We hope that you will be able to join us.

During the event you will have the opportunity to hear about practical legal tips about how to protect your business as well as techniques for using social media to recruit and market your business.  Given the number of people who expressed an interest in attending Irwin Micthell’s first Breakfast event, attendance is limited to one delegate per organisation.

Who is this Event For?

This event is for HR Managers / HR Directors, Managers / Directors of Recruitment firms and Managers / Directors of firms looking to use social media to recruit.

If you are interested in this event, please get in touch.

Discussion topics

“Social Networking – Employment Traps and Pitfalls”

Irwin Mitchell will discuss the implications of using social media in the workplace, how to manage this safely and what employers can do when things go wrong. We will be considering both legitimate business-related use of social media and also the implications of employees’ personal usage of social media sites and its potential impact on employers’ businesses.

“Social Media for Recruitment Agencies”

We will look at how social media is changing the recruitment model of the agency recruiter and how it can also be used to generate more business awareness and market share.

“Social Media to Recruit Staff”

Social-Recruitment will highlight some of the ways that employers can use social media to attract and recruit top talent to their businesses.  Discussing some of the key social networking platforms and effectively marketing your employer brand.

We very much hope that you can attend.  Please shout if you have any questions.

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