5 Crucial Elements to Creating a Memorable Job Description

Leoforce

Candidates usually do the same with your job posting. A job posting is a marketing advertisement designed to attract people; it’s not intended to be a barrier to entry.” . – Lou Adler. This is extremely relevant in their job search. Recruiting is no longer about finding a candidate with the simple skill set, experience, and education that a job requires. They want to learn what the job offers them. You wouldn’t be intrigued by that kind of job, would you?

Content Writer job description

Workable

Use this Content Writer job description template to attract and hire qualified candidates. Feel free to modify this template to include your job duties. Content Writer responsibilities include: Researching industry-related topics (combining online sources, interviews and studies). The post Content Writer job description appeared first on Recruiting Resources: How to Recruit and Hire Better. Media job descriptions Job descriptions

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Guest Blog: 6 Common Mistakes In Job Descriptions That Scare Away Best Talent

JazzHR

According to studies , an average job-seeker spends about 49 seconds on reading your post before deciding whether it’s a match for their skills and needs. However, many companies still waste their time, and the time of their candidates, with sub-par job descriptions. The job opportunities for experts are endless and if you really want to get the best employees, you need to focus on writing exceptional job descriptions.

How To Write Remote Job Descriptions

McQuiag

Most hiring processes start by creating a job description you hope will catch candidates' attention. Often a job post is a candidate's first interaction with a company and many decide whether or not to apply to a role based purely on the ad. Add that into your description.

Dice 2018 Recruitment Automation Report

for tomorrow’s tech tools DICE 2018 Dice Recruitment Automation Report 2 Contents Most Recruiters See AI Not as a Job Replacer, but as a Valuable Helper The Positive Impacts of Automation What Recruiters Want — and Don’t. Job Replacer, but as a Valuable Helper The general feeling among.

10 Awesome Video Job Description Creation Tools

Ongig

Video job descriptions grab the attention of busy candidates. Here’s a list of tools to consider: 10 Awesome Video Job Description Creation Tools. VideoMyJob has 5 great recruitment video case studies published on their website that show off the results they’ve got for their clients. Recommended by some of the best in the industry (Tim Sackett, Celinda Appleby), Skill Scout is one of the top options for video job description creation.

Why Skills-Based Hiring Starts with Your Job Descriptions

Linkedin Talent Blog

And that starts with one of the first steps in the hiring process: writing the job description. Read on to see why skills-based hiring is gaining steam and how rethinking your job descriptions can start your hiring process on the right track. Skills, not schools.

Action Verbs for Job Descriptions [The Comprehensive List]

Ongig

Action verbs are the most effective verbs to use in job descriptions. It’s almost always a good idea to use action verbs for job descriptions instead of helping/linking verbs. Below is a list of 169 action verbs for job descriptions (with their definitions). I’ve found these 169 to be the most useful in writing job descriptions here at Ongig. The Comprehensive List of Action Verbs for Job Descriptions.

6 Features of Great Job Descriptions

Hospital Recruiting

As a Recruiter, your job is to identify and hire people who fit into your organization. Writing great job descriptions is essential to attracting people who meet your qualifications and will stay employed long-term. When you look at job search sites, you find postings that are uninspired laundry lists. Here are the steps to write a job description that attracts qualified, motivated candidates to your organization. johnkwan/123RF.com.

The Pros and Cons of a Salary Range in Your Job Description

Contract Recruiter

You can spend all the time you like writing a fancy job description, but when it comes to effectively attracting candidates, you need some hard data. Some of this data will make or break whether or not a given candidate wants to apply to a job.

Children’s Mercy Hospital Case Study

Stories Incorporated

Want this case study as a PDF? hit the ground running to plan two on-site interview days to uncover stories from nurses, care assistants, research staff, and environmental services team members. The post Children’s Mercy Hospital Case Study appeared first on Stories Incorporated.

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This Job Description Heatmap Shows You What Candidates Really Care About (and What They Ignore)

Linkedin Talent Blog

You’ve spent forever crafting that job description—and you’d like to think candidates are poring over every single word of your masterpiece. There are whole sections of your job description that candidates pretty much ignore, and other parts where they’re hungry for more details. Read on for the rest of our results and four tactical takeaways that can help you write better job descriptions by understanding what candidates really care about.

Media Optimization Study: Sutherland Global

Bayard

Career-specific Visibility Delivers Impressive Interview-To-Hire Conversion Rate. In addition, outdated job descriptions and complicated application processes and unclear employer value propositions (EVP) contributed to low engagement and significant candidate drop-off. Result: Bayard’s media strategy resulted in 350 candidate interviews, 70 percent of who were hired within the first three months.

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Tips on How to Design the Right Interview

JazzHR

It’s time to begin the interview process. Which type of interview should I use? Most studies suggest structured interviews are better at finding the right employee for any given role. Science has shown that unstructured interviews are barely better than flipping a coin on a candidate. It puts pressure on the interviewer to form a gut reaction, and there’s no evidence that a knee-jerk opinion based on experience leads to better results.

Case Study Interviews vs. Skills Testing: Which is Better, and Why?

Vervoe

The case study interview has long been the preferred method for recruiters hoping to glean insight into a candidate’s real talent. Case interviews have traditionally been used by top consulting firms like Bain and McKinsey, but more and more companies are beginning to use this method in their hiring practices. However, there are a few problems with using a case study to assess a candidate’s potential, which will be discussed in a little bit.

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Content Strategist & Project Manager

Stories Incorporated

Manage content projects from start to finish including client onboarding, production logistics, interviewing employee storytellers, and crafting content that showcases employee stories. Why work at this job, at Stories Inc. Stories Job DescriptionReading Time: 6 minutes.

Case Study: Kocourek Automotive Cuts Hiring Time to 21 Days with Hireology

Hireology

Between historically-low unemployment and limited job seekers interest in dealership careers, hiring has never been more challenging in the retail automotive industry. Prior to partnering with Hireology, Kocourek’s job applications were mostly paper-based, creating a headache for hiring managers and slowing down the overall time to hire. Hireology also helped Kocourek build a strong employment brand through updated job descriptions and compelling career site content.

How to Identify and Interview Results-Driven Candidates

Glassdoor for Employers

Fortunately, using a meaty job description that qualifies position fit, alongside a storied, behavioral interview process, can help to achieve these measurable recruiting goals. Jason Alba, entrepreneur, author and job search innovator/owner of the Job Search Program identifies strategic questions employers can ask to ensure a position fit, while also vetting candidates for culture alignment, problem-solving abilities, critical thinking skills and more.

15 Tough Interview Questions Candidates Won’t Expect

The Hire Talent

As professional recruiters, we know that we have to go beyond run-of-the-mill interviews and draft some tough interview questions to challenge the candidates when we want to hire talent. Why Do We Need to Ask Candidates Tough Interview Questions?

Case Study: Brightstar Care Hires 27,000 Employees Through Partnership with Hireology

Hireology

Prior to partnering with Hireology, many Brightstar Care locations ran their own hiring processes – or didn’t have a process at all – and spent too much time on administrative hiring tasks, such as writing job descriptions and manually reviewing all job applicants. This means the applicant was qualified enough to make it to the interview round – significantly outperforming the quality rates of organic and paid job boards.

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Job Analysis 101

Recruiting Daily Advisor

How often does your organization conduct a job analysis? Is this something that is done routinely or only when a job vacancy must be filled? A job analysis is the precursor to a good job description. A job analysis takes a detailed look at what the job entails and how that has changed from the current/previous job description. Accurate job descriptions can impact employee satisfaction levels.

Candidates don’t like asynchronous video interviews: How can you fix that?

Workable

Workable’s own data finds that in 2020 to date, there was an average of 94 total candidates for every single job – with 26 of those being moved to the “promising” stage. The upside of asynchronous video interviews. She found that asynchronous video interviews helped hugely. “To

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3 Huge Mistakes In Advertising Your Job

Valuehire

You can’t simply expect to sit back and have job seekers flock to your company whenever you post a job. It’s your job to take the lead by presenting your opportunity as the most attractive place to work. Posting a 3-page job description with a core competency list.

What Questions Should I Ask During Virtual Interviews?

Hyrell

Virtual interviews (or video interviews) are no longer a hiring trend—they’re commonplace. According to an August 2012 study , 67 percent of of HR managers said they conducted video interviews in the hiring process “very often,” while another 10 percent said they did so “somewhat often.” It’s easy to see why more HR reps and managers are incorporating video interviews into the hiring process.

8 Essential Items to Take to Your Interview

Undercover Recruiter

By now we all know that preparation is key if you want to succeed at interview stage. When it comes to interview day, you will have most likely researched the company extensively and studied the job description thoroughly – but there’s still a little more preparation to be done in order to boost your chances of. 8 Essential Items to Take to Your Interview. Interview Tips Interviews job seeking preparation

How to Interview a Rock Star Recruiter

Contract Recruiter

Here at ContractRecruiter.com, we have over the years developed and refined a successful and repeatable process for screening and interviewing corporate-side, contract recruiters that has served us well. We administer a resume review test that involves analyzing a group of supplied resumes against job descriptions. We assign a mock job description and ask contract recruiters to identify LinkedIn profiles that align with the job description.

3 Fresh Job Description Formats You Should Try (and Which One Works Best For Your Prospects)

Linkedin Talent Blog

That’s how long a job-seeker, on average, spends reviewing a job description before they decide to apply or not. And, many of them don’t even review the whole ad -- according to a study using eye-tracking software, the bottom one-third of the description is often not reviewed at all. Just take a look: In the image of the job description, the sections of red and orange were more thoroughly reviewed and yellow was pretty well skimmed over.

How the Best Companies Interview Top Candidates

Glassdoor for Employers

So, how can the every day recruiter or talent acquisition leader learn how to interview better? Glassdoor recently revealed its Best Places to Work award winners, and as a part of the honor, we asked many of the companies’ executives to share with us their tips and tricks for interviewing top candidates in this ultratight labor market. Tip #1: Present a variety of candidates with a case interview. We use case interview techniques for some positions,” says Maceda.

7 New Ways Videos Can Improve Your Recruiting

Spark Hire

A report by Brandemix found 80 percent of respondents believe effectively building an employer brand helps them be successful in a variety of ways — including attracting skilled job seekers. Creating brand videos allows you to craft the message your way and show off for job seekers. Highlight what the work environment is like by including clips of the office and interviews with employees. Job announcements. Job boards are flooded with new postings every day.

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10 Creative Interview Questions to Ask to Weed Out Bad Candidates

Hireology

Interviews are an excellent way to get to know your candidates, but it’s not always a piece of cake to distinguish between candidates that will do well at your company and those that will exceed your expectations. Creative Questions to Ask in an Interview.

How to Prepare Candidates for Job Interviews?

Recruit CRM

It, therefore, is the job of every recruiter to ensure that every candidate is briefed well before assigning them to any client selection process. Most candidates have one format of resume that they have created painstakingly, and they end up sending it with every job application.

How to interview candidates for better hiring results

Workable

I remember interviewing a candidate for the first time and thinking: How can I really tell if they will be a good fit? I might like them during the interview, but with enough practice, anyone can be good at talking about their skills and motivation. Even if you haven’t had this experience, the new year is a good time to question the effectiveness of your interviews. Hold intake meetings with hiring managers to: Write clear and compelling job descriptions.

Preparing For An Interview: Read It, Google It, Nail It.

BlueWave Resource Partners

As a recruiter, our job is to provide you with all of the resources we can possibly get our hands on. Your recruiter is right alongside you, rooting for that picture-perfect offer letter for your dream job. But we can’t do the interview for you. There is considerable value in the support we provide throughout this process, so we ask that you take into consideration the following: Read the job description. You can’t wish yourself into a job.

Best interview questions to ask candidates (and how to evaluate answers)

Workable

Whether you’re an experienced job interviewer or just starting out, you’re likely looking for the best interview questions to ask candidates. Determining the best interview questions involves comprehensive research, deliberation, and – occasionally – trial and error. To help you find those effective and good interview questions to ask, we created this comprehensive guide. Which interview questions you should avoid. Types of interview questions.

10 Signs Your Interview Process is Broken (and How to Fix It)

Spark Hire

You have, what you believe to be, a top-notch interview process. It’s thorough, effective, and gets the job done. It gets the job done, in the sense that people are getting hired, but are those people the right people? . Finding and hiring great talent requires having a top-of-the-line interview process. So, how can you tell if your interview process is in need of some TLC? Here are 10 signs your interview process is broken and how to fix it: 1.

How to Interview: The Complete Guide

Vervoe

A job interview is a formal conversation between an employer and a candidate in which the recruiter or hiring manager assesses whether the candidate has the qualifications necessary to perform the open role. . Some common types of job interviews include: . The Interview.

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5 Key Steps Of Your “Digital” Candidate Experience

Ongig

When you think candidate experience, I bet you think “post-apply” process like interviews and follow-ups. Can job seekers find your career page from your homepage? You have to do exactly what Tim said scroll all the way down to the footer and see if there is a careers/jobs link there… And sometimes there isn’t even a link there! Job Search Functionality. Company career site job search is overlooked. Job Description Text.

Interview process and strategies: a comprehensive FAQ guide

Workable

Interviews are the pillars of recruiting. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers to help you set up an effective interview process: Organizing an interview. What are the typical steps in the interview process? How do I set up an interview? Who should be involved in the interview process? Who should handle interview scheduling, the hiring manager or HR? Interview types. What are the different types of interviews?

Why Identifying Performance Objectives Is the Most Important Step to Hiring Top Talent

Linkedin Talent Blog

In their landmark study — First, Break All the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently — Gallup introduced their Q12 employee engagement survey. And you can start this process before you even write a job description by creating a list of performance objectives for the role.

Why Scheduling Interviews Doesn’t Have to Derail Higher Education Hiring

Spark Hire

Scheduling interviews is naturally invasive to our schedules. Add 70 to 80 applicants, plus interviewers’ schedules to align, and you have a major disruption to workflow. They realized scheduling interviews and finding the time to make educated decisions was nearly impossible. UW Law quickly streamlined their process by switching to a collaborative and flexible video interviewing platform. Unfortunately, phone interviews are just as problematic.