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May 2012 | MY SETTINGS
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Hi Kathy,

What's your HR department's policy on social media? Do you embrace it as an essential business tool--or try to keep this "time waster" out of the office?

In this month's Strategies for Success, we'll provide you with some insights into how--and why--the HR industry is getting hooked on social media.

Regards,
June Liberty
Johnson & Hill

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Research Reveals How HR Uses Social Media

Check out these statistics from a 2011 study of the practical uses of social media in HR. You'll discover how others in the industry are using social media--and how it can benefit you.



Did you know?

The unemployment rate for veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces since September 2001 was 12.1 percent in 2011. The jobless rate for all veterans was 8.3 percent. Twenty-six percent of Gulf War-era II veterans reported having a service-connected disability in August 2011, compared with about 14 percent of all veterans.

Courtesy of the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
http://www.bls.gov

 

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