Social Media & Recruitment Questionnaire

17 11 2009

It’s no surprise that the way we communicate with people is changing.  Some call it the Communication Revolution and it’s characterised largely by the use of Web 2.0 technology and websites such as Linked In and Facebook, otherwise known as Social Media.

With this in mind, Linda Parkinson-Hardman of Grow a Better Business, and I, Michelle Fischer of Creative Leadership, invite you to complete the attached questionnaire about your use of Social Media when Recruiting.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=9m00FDmhA781rOYugN7hnw_3d_3d

We have set a closing date for completion of this of Friday 18th December 2009.

The results of this research will be used to produce a White Paper that explores the key trends and themes around this topical subject and we’d be thrilled to share this with you.  Please indicate your interest in this at the end of the questionnaire.

Needless to say, the more participants involved the better and we invite you also to forward this link to people you think would benefit from taking part and the research findings themselves.  We are pleased to offer a prize of a bottle of Frances’ finest champagne to one of the lucky participants who will be chosen at random at the conclusion of this research.

We’d like to thank you in advance for sparing the time to contribute to this research project.

Best wishes

Michelle Fischer
Creative Leadership

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