Brian Torchin And Social Media

Brian Torchin is a respected medical professional with over 12 years in the healthcare industry. He started his own company Health Care Recruitment Counselors which he is the President for currently. It was founded in 2006 and is currently headquartered in Narberth,PA. The company specializes in helping companies find the best medical professionals to hire. HCRC operates in all 50 states and Europe, Canada, Australia, and Asia. They cover chiropractic jobs, medical jobs, physician assistant jobs, physical therapy, and nurse practitioner jobs,private practices, urgent care centers, and hospitals. Read the article of Brian Torchin at digitaljournal.com

Brian Torchin is active on social media. He has active accounts on linkedin, Twitter,and Facebook to name a few. He seems to be the most active about his company on his personal Facebook page. If someone looks at his Facebook post, they almost always include something about HCRC staffing. Torchin’s most recent post from March 7th is an article from his company’s website, with a link to an article about ‘How to Retain Top Performers When They Have Maxed Out Salary.’ In fact, most of his Facebook post are links to his website. If one scrolls down his timeline, it is easy to see that he must also be an advocate for Zip Recruiter, a website dedicated to getting the right candidates for the job. It seems that Torchin’s company puts up job post from his website onto Zip Recruiter to attract more people to the job’s that they advertise for. This is a smart move, because millions of people use this website daily, and posting the jobs on there allows for less time searching for a candidate. The irony of this is that his company is technically designed for this purpose, but just for those in the medical profession.

While you may only see just post about his company on Torchin’s Facebook page, this is just for the public. On his page, there is an option to add him as a friend, to see more of his other post. One can be pretty certain that he may show more personal items to his Facebook friends.

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