Building a Better Benefits Section

Building a Better Benefits Section

Part three of our three part Building Better Job Ads series. See part one here. See Part two here. By Kellie Lail The best way to ensure your ad shows up in candidate’s searches is by offering all the benefits you possibly can. Competition is incredibly high,...
Building Better Responsibilities and Requirements

Building Better Responsibilities and Requirements

Part two of our three part Building Better Job Ads series. See part one here. See part two here. By Kellie Lail On average, most candidates only spend about 15 seconds looking at an individual job ad. That’s insane right? That means you only have a few seconds...
Building a Better Job Description

Building a Better Job Description

Part one of our three part Building Better Job Ads series. Continue to part two here, and part three here. By Kellie Lail To ensure the candidates you want are finding your job ad, you want to make sure you’re including the right keywords to make your job more...
Being Prepared To Conduct Interviews

Being Prepared To Conduct Interviews

By Ashley Nowicki Have an interview and not sure if you’re fully prepared or not? There are a few things you can do to be prepared to have an interview with a candidate. Being completely prepared to have an interview will make the process go a lot smoother. If...
Salary Transparency

Salary Transparency

By Jamie Zananiri Something many employers struggle with is the idea of listing a salary range on their job ads. Some worry they may be less competitive than other similar employers in their area. Some worry it may cause contention in their office if current staff...
My Ad is Expired, What Happened?

My Ad is Expired, What Happened?

By Kellie Lail Ads have the potential to expire after going 15 days or more in a row without receiving any applicants. Ads can also expire if you have received applicants on the ad, but it’s been live for over 30 days and the applicant traffic has begun to slow...