How to strengthen your talent community

02/18/2013 | ERE.net

Your talent community should be a place where candidates can ask questions about your company and receive prompt, informative answers, Lauren Smith writes. "By making communication a two-way street, you're turning your talent community into an active place, where candidates feel like they're being heard," Smith writes.

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