If you’re having trouble recruiting the right talent, the problem may not be with the applicant pool or job itself, but with the job descriptions you’re posting. As the economy improves and unemployment figures shrink, competition for top candidates is heating up. Just as homeowners have to work harder to sell their homes in a buyers’ market, employers need to sell their companies more strategically to attract the best workers in a job seekers’ market.
You also should re-examine what you’re looking for in a candidate and make job descriptions more accurate. To target and attract the most qualified candidates, craft your next round of job postings only after you answer these questions:
When you look at the time you spend creating job postings as a wise investment in your workforce, you will be rewarded with a quality round of applicants.
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