PEAT Talks: Social Media & Job Recruiting - Leveling the "Playing Fields"
Webinar & Twitter Chat Hosted by the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology (PEAT)
Do you post job openings on Twitter and Instagram? Does your candidate vetting process include Facebook and LinkedIn? Is part of your recruiting strategy to highlight company culture via social media? Eliza examines use of social media by people with disabilities, breaking it down by channel. Mark you calendar now for this webinar June 16, 2016 at 11am pacific time. Learn how to make sure your recruiting efforts aren't discriminating against people with disabilities.
Our Twitter Chat was on June 2nd at 11am pacific time - check out the hashtag #PEATTalks to add to the conversation!
Eliza Greenwood is a digital marketer from Portland, Oregon. Eliza is keen to examine social media use among people with disabilities as a way to identify marketing opportunity and to keep a pulse on varying trends across channels. Eliza is launching an accessible training series to help people use social media for career mobility and employment. In an earlier “chapter” of life, Eliza was a sign-language interpreter. She also directed and produced the award-winning documentary “Austin Unbound: a Deaf Journey of Transgender Heroism.” Eliza is excited about UX discourse as it continues to broaden digital solutions for people with vision impairments as well as those who are aging, living with hearing loss, cognitive, and other disabilities. Follow Eliza on LinkedIn for more social media & accessibility posts.