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Category: Employment Advertising
Like it or not, how people perceive you is, in part, who you are. This uncomfortable truth contains valuable lessons when it comes to employment branding efforts.
Talent acquisition tips often make the assumption that a company has something it may not have: a robust recruiting budget.
Tailoring your job ads, careers site or careers page, and other marketing material to your targeted audience will help you connect with job seekers.
A recent AARP article, aimed at the organization’s member audience, contains information for older job seekers. It also contains a veiled, two-part warning for employers: Discriminating against older workers is illegal; age discrimination is widespread.
Question: What does it take to pique a job seeker’s interest? Answer: A boring, static job ad … not!
As more men resign from positions of power amid accusations of sexual harassment and assault, you may be at a loss as to how to let job seekers know that your organization welcomes and supports women. Short of issuing a statement, “we don’t condone or allow this conduct,” is there anything you can do?
Determining whether a job requires a college degree can be tricky. The arguments for a degree are compelling, as are the arguments that it may not be necessary.
Granted, it’s a job seeker’s market. But if you’re not attracting applicants, you may want to stop blaming the economy and take a look at your job postings.
Technical skills are now required for a wide range of positions. Even many jobs that were once known as “blue collar” have been dubbed “new collar,” because the skills requirements have changed.