Job postings sometimes include what might be called a disclaimer, intended to let job seekers know that the tasks and responsibilities listed are not the only ones applicable to the position.
Category: Employment Advertising
A significant number of job postings include years of experience as a hiring criterion. Is this a best practice?
Previous Recruiting Daily Advisor articles have discussed the difference between job descriptions and job postings, and provided tips for writing job posts that get attention. But what should you include in a job posting? What are the most important elements of an ad?
Recruiters and hiring managers typically provide job candidates with details about the position, benefits offerings, and the company. But work environment sometimes gets overlooked.
It’s no secret that the market for hiring technology talent is competitive and the pool of qualified candidates is limited. In the last few years, the IT industry has been plagued by an ever-growing skills gap. This gap is so prominent, that over 77 percent of organizations believe insufficient digital skills are a key obstacle […]
If a picture is worth a thousand words, what’s a video worth? When it comes to candidate attraction, more than you may realize.
So-called soft skills are sometimes hard to quantify. Perhaps that’s why recruiters and hiring managers focus less on these skills in comparison to others.
The emphasis these days is often on the latest and greatest technological tools for employee recruitment. There’s an app for this and a cloud solution for that.
Whenever a potential employee considers working for your organization, there are a lot of factors they will likely be considering—things like pay, benefits, company image, organizational values, and more. All of these things put together are the things that make up the EVP—the value that an employee derives from working there.
As an already tight labor market grows ever tighter, where should a hiring company focus its efforts?