A Q3 2011 survey of 4,000 people looking for new jobs during the previous 12 months by
Everyone understands the importance of a positive online reputation when looking for a job. Recruiters and HR professionals frequently review publicly available information on social media sites like
The search for a new job has moved beyond job fairs and classified advertising to the social web. Popular job search sites like Hotjobs,
It is more important than ever for companies to monitor and manage their online reputation and respond to online defamation by disgruntled ex-employees and anonymous postings by competitors and other rivals.
“Negative reviews damage a company’s reputation and impact sales, but they also hurt employee morale and make it more difficult to attract the best job applicants,” explains Reputation Rhino founder and CEO,
Reputation Rhino recently worked with a well-known
“This is something we do every day,” explains William, “online public relations is now within reach for every small and medium-size businesses. We believe in the power of online reputation management and taking the time to get to know our clients to help them achieve their online goals, whether it is doubling sales by getting to page one of
To learn more, go to http://www.reputationrhino.com.
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