To Hire Millennials, Financial Firms Turn Social

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To Hire Millennials, Financial Firms Turn Social

Engage PEO, Jay Starkman, cautions financial firms on the potential overuse of social media to recruit young talent.

"... an employer potentially exposes itself to discrimination claims if it relies exclusively on social media for advertising, while also missing the opportunity to identify qualified candidates from these groups. The better practice is to use social media in addition to traditional recruiting methods."

As reported in Investor's Business Daily

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