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Would you like feedback on your job posting? Do you know the difference between job descriptions and job postings? How much information do you tell your candidates about your company in the post? Let us help you craft a better job posting and attract the talent you deserve. Contact Us for a review or consultation today. Also, feel free to look over the useful tips below!
Job Posting Best Practices
(Get started on the right foot!)
Job Posts Must Include:
- Employer information (no one wants to apply to a mystery company)
- A little about the culture
- General job duties or skills needed
- Educational and experiential requirements
- Full time/part time
Job Posts Should Include:
- Benefits (not just that you offer them – give some details)
- Position structure
- Position salary range. Note: Job seekers are 7x more likely to apply if the salary is listed. Additionally, listing the salary sets the proper expectation, shows transparency, and avoids gender pay difference issues. You wouldn’t make an offer on a house if you didn’t know the asking price. The same principle applies to jobs. There are tons of reasons why employers don’t post the salary range. Stand out from the crowd and just post it. It will save you time – and time is money!
- Who to contact with questions. Help jobseekers out and give them the name of a specific person to contact, not just a generic HR@company address. How companies handle candidates during the application process says a lot about how they will treat people if they become employees.