Connecting with international talent is a fantastic way of opening up new talent pools and improving your recruitment ROI.
But finding the right channels to connect with the right talent can be a long search - and without the luxury of hours to scour the internet for open doors, you can be left frustrated.
Here are some of the most effective and dynamic sourcing channels for companies looking to hire international talent.
LinkedIn is the premium talent social network. With hundreds of millions of users and a daily user base clocking in at about 130 million, it’s a rich vein of talent and potential. So how do you use LinkedIn as an international talent sourcing channel?
The world’s largest social media network doesn't have the digital dominance it used to, but it’s still an incredibly rich vein of talent sourcing and connection, especially in Facebook groups.
Djunni is a Ukraine-based hosting website for tech candidates and a prime example of how easy it is to reach into niche networks and connect with talent.
Hacker News is one of the least complex, and most up-to-date, dynamic places to find international tech talent and tech news.
Xing is a dynamic and modern interpretation of the candidate hosting site, with a focus on German-speaking countries and candidates.
Our very own Relocate.me team has a “Who Wants to Be Relocated?” list, aimed precisely at connecting international talent with employers even faster.
Wellfound’s Source tool helps search through over 3.2 million startup-ready candidates and works similarly to LinkedIn or traditional job search platforms.
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