Using Job Descriptions to Attract Top Talent

A sentiment we often hear from employers about to fill a role is, "We don't have a detailed job description, but the one we have should be good enough." The failure to develop a job description often results from a rush to start the search but is based on mistaken thinking.

Myth 1 – The job will evolve as the business changes, so a current job description will become inadequate. It's not worth spending more time on it now.

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7 Ways Interviewers Miss Out on Great Talent

To attract top talent to your organization, it is important to avoid some common pitfalls of interviewing candidates, including:

  1. Making the interview all about your needs
  2. Starting the interview by sharing all the pressures and difficulties of the role
  3. Making the individual uncomfortable by showing how senior and important you are
  4. Giving the candidate no real opportunity to talk about themselves
  5. Structuring the interview so that there is no time to have any in-depth discussion of anything
  6. Making the candidate feel as if they have to jump through hoops to feel worthy
  7. Asking hostile questions designed to stump the candidate rather than opening up discussion

We can help you establish best practices in the way you conduct interviews to hire the best talent and position your company as an employer of choice.

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How to Impress a Recruiter

In your efforts to find a new job, you might want to contact a recruiter. Here's how to get the most from the relationship.

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10 Ways to Cope with Sudden Unemployment

You've just been laid off unexpectedly and your first instinct is to start scouring the Internet job sites and call some headhunters. Before you leap into action it might be wise to take stock of your situation. If you interview immediately you stand the chance of coming across as negative, highly emotional and confused.

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