And we have representatives at career fairs such as the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing and the National Black MBA Association.What is your etiquette on candidates interacting with you on social media?So the best advice I can give to anyone is to figure out what you're passionate about and match that passion to the work that we do. You can learn a lot about our culture by watching the many You Tube videos we post.You can learn about our CEO by reading about what people say about him on Glassdoor.I love it when candidates show up and have done their homework on us.They know what our mission statement is and what's been happening in the press. Anyone can go to our website and create a profile and join the community of people interested in American Express.
We want people who like to be on the cutting edge of things in whatever they're doing. We are also continuously hiring customer care professionals for our service centers. However, a growing trend is that we are bringing on more and more virtual employees. There is no one specific role for which we hire virtual employees.It's also helpful when candidates have looked at Linked In profiles of whomever they are interviewing with so they know the person a little more. We also mine Linked In and Google Plus, and niche social technology sites like Git Hub.We're basically searching through candidates trying to find people before they find us.Jobs in marketing, technology, sales, and many other areas of the company can be done from home — including HR. The growth in the virtual employee space has been so great that we have added a virtual employee section to our jobs listings.We value offering these types of jobs because it taps you into a much deeper and broader group of potential employees.