LinkedIn slammed for letting recruiters 'spam' candidates

LinkedIn slammed for letting recruiters 'spam' candidates

What can recruiters do to combat this?

Quality over quantity

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  • Jim Foster
    Jim Foster
    Mon, 16 Oct 2017 3:29pm BST
    The problem with this is that one mans Spam message is another's timely job opportunity.

    Agreed the message should be relevant to the person receiving it as far as can be ascertained from their profile, but its not always possible to be sure if it is relevant or not as some people don't say a lot in their profile.

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