HR slow to promote their businesses through social networking

The HR community are failing to use social networks to further their HR strategies, according to a new report. Although they have been quick to join social networking sites to further their careers, HR people have been slow to use Web 2.0 to build brands, boost income and improve client satisfaction.

The report published by PR consultancy CHA, looks at the HR community’s response to the Web 2.0 revolution. The findings reveal that whilst larger employers use social networking as an internal communication tool, others are nervous about starting conversations they fear they cannot control. 

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