The Cleared Network is the largest career network for active federal security clearance holders. It harnesses the tools of social recruiting within a secure website.
One of the most critical elements of employer messages to candidates is the job description. Here are tips to help you source candidates and sell the job.
Believe it or not, there are successful ways to reach out to cleared candidates and get noticed. Here are five tips for better messaging, and better engagement.
Are you putting clearance on the line if you express your opinion in today’s digital media?
Networking is not just for extroverts. Use opportunities where you feel more relaxed either in person or on social media or email to practice your engagement skills.
New reports of email phishing scams targeting cleared professionals are increasing the cautiousness around any unsolicited messages.
How to list foreign contacts on the SF86 has always been a topic of debate. What exactly does close, continuing contact look like in the social media era?
Fake social media profiles are a problem for service members. A contract request is for a commercial off the shelf solution to help find and get rid of the scams.
You can now opt-in to SMS notifications from the Cleared Network. It’s a good time to brush up on your SMS etiquette.
Trying to respond to the question, ‘What do you do?’ can be stressful for everyone – actively employed or job seeking. Here are four tips for answering the question.
Make judicious use of the privacy settings on your social media accounts. When you do so, you’re helping to make Facebook great again – one filtered post at a time.
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