Four Common Mistakes You’re Probably Making In Your Job Listings
Being too vague, too trite, or too sloppy could cost you your next great hire.
BY STEPHANIE VOZZA
When it comes to finding talented new employees, a job listing is the first impression candidates have of your company. Are you piquing their interest or sending them scrolling by your ad?
“Each step along the (hiring) journey should be authentic, reinforce the employer’s culture, and provide transparency into how employees are valued at an organization.” says Stacie Mallory, vice president of recruiting for Randstad Professionals, a staffing firm. “Because online communication is one of the first touch points job seekers have with an organization, it is important to engage effectively from start to finish.”