Mastering the Digital First Impression

Author: Ruby Lowe Source: The Undercover Recruiter First impressions are everything, and if you’ve ever been into online dating, you’ll understand why. Tinder (a very popular ‘swipe-to-like’ dating app used by millions) uses the concept of ‘first impressions’ as the overall concept the app. If you don’t like what you see in the first 3 seconds, …

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How to Amplify Your Brand Voice With Employee Advocacy

Author: Sophie Deering Source: Undercover Recruiter Although most businesses now realize that social media can play a significant role in their marketing and employer branding, few recognize they value of their employees and the role that they can play in the businesses social media efforts. The average person has 5 social media accounts, so it …

10 Job Tweeters You Should Be Following – Resources for job seekers

by Anthony Balderrama, CareerBuilder.com writer When microblogging and social networking site Twitter debuted three years ago, plenty of people wrote it off as yet another pointless addition in the overcrowded networking world. Little by little, users proved the site's worth to nonbelievers. Considering the site only allows people to post, or Tweet, messages of 140 …

Follow “The Job Shop San Francisco” on Facebook for a chance to win!

The Job Shop was started to find solutions to people's needs. We also enjoy participating in and encouraging our applicants to participate in events that benefit the community, such as The AIDS Walk and Toys for Tots. Recently, The Job Shop's staff participated in cleaning up Ocean Beach for the national day of service and …

Tech Takes Stage At San Francisco Small Business Week Event by Fredric Paul

"The culmination of Small Business Week in San Francisco was the Business After Hours Grand Expo at AT&T Park, the picturesque home of the San Francisco Giants. And technology played a starring yet diverse role in the celebration. The event on the slick Club Level of the baseball stadium featured some 150 exhibitors, as well …