KDR Goes Social!
By Gemma Morris
25th June 2011

Social Networking sites such as Linked In and Twitter are a great way for both recruiters and job seekers to connect and stay in touch, but more importantly it's a fantastic way to keep up to date with latest industry news, trends and get involved with relevant discussions.

Last month we spoke to many of our current contractors and candidate network to find out how they are using social networking sites and what news they would like to hear from us. Nearly everyone said the most important thing to them was to keep up with market information so this will be our top priority!

So how can you get involved?

LinkedIn

All of the KDR Team are on LinkedIn and welcome relevant contacts so please feel free to look us up! We have also set up our own discussion/news group - Information Management News and Views. We will be posting industry news stories here but would also welcome any industry related questions, news stories and general sharing of information so please feel free to click the link to join and start discussions!

Twitter

You can follow us on twitter @KDRRecruitment  for latest Information Management Industry News, Jobs and general sharing of information! As we are specialists in this area we have access to all the relevant publications and press releases so we can bring together latest news stories in one place. We will also follow back anyone relevant and/or interesting!

Facebook

One thing that came out of our recent survey was that although not all of our contacts use Twitter, practically everyone is on Facebook! We have set up a Facebook page and will be using it to keep our contacts up to date with all the inside KDR news and photos and so you can hopefully get to us know a little better! "Like" Our Page! Social Media

We welcome feedback on everything we do and will always respond so please tell us what you think in the comments below.

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