Using Twitter to get better talent
Welcome to our pre-election eMploy. Whichever way the country votes, one thing's for sure, employment is rising with many industry sectors recruiting briskly. On that note, we show how Monster Twitter Cards can get your vacancies right in front of your targeted candidates. We also have a very topical blog article on women in technology and where the future lies for the industry. Also, in the light of the recent Top Gear news stories, there's a punchy piece on bullying in the workplace (from an employer's perspective) and finally, we examine zero hour contracts and the arguments for and against them.
Hiring by Social Media
Twitter Targets Top Candidates »
Monster Twitter Cards leverage the reach of social media to give you one of the most efficient means of sourcing top talent. TCs expose your job ads to social communities using automated hashtags such as #career, #jobs and #hiring as well as job specific hashtags to fine-tune your searching.
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IT Liberation
Coding The Future »
Technology is often seen as a man's world, but why? Our Girls in Coding article asks where do women fit into the rapidly evolving and hugely important technology sector - and why isn't more being done to recruit them? It's a big subject and things are changing fast. Find out how fast in our blog.
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Halting Harassment
Bully For Who? »
The famous Clarkson punch has opened up a big debate on bullying in the workplace. Just where do employers stand when an employee thinks they're being humiliated, pushed too hard - or simply put upon? We take a look at how employers can't afford to go toe to toe.
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Working by the hour
Zero Hour »
The debate is raging about the growing use of zero hour contracts.1 So, do they drive employment or ask too much of workers? We take a look at how they work and just why they split opinion so widely.
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1 One survey suggested that such contracts had more than doubled to 580,000 by late 2013*

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