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...
Increase Your Job Ad’s Visibility

Increase Your Job Ad’s Visibility

By Kellie Lail Let’s be honest; hiring is hard. Uncertainties about job board guidelines, candidate’s needs, and even the lasting effects of the COVID-19 pandemic make it even harder. We are here to help make it as easy as possible, but receiving an email...

Always Be Hiring

By Faith Dawson Client Relationship Manager Lead Faith Dawson is back with another video post about our recommendation to Always Be Hiring! Those articles Faith mentioned are “Why You Should Always Be Hiring” by James Ient on LinkedIn, and Why Small...
What Should My Sponsorship Budget Be?

What Should My Sponsorship Budget Be?

By Kellie Lail In the current market, competition is crucial.With so many people looking to add staff, the number of jobs showing in candidate’s search results can be overwhelming. This is where sponsoring your job ad can come in handy. When it comes to setting your...
Job Ad Red Flags: Words & Terms To Avoid Using

Job Ad Red Flags: Words & Terms To Avoid Using

By Ashley Nowicki If you’re in the middle of writing a job ad and not too sure on what words or terms you’re not supposed to use, you’ve come to the right place. Have you ever looked at an ad or a newspaper article and thought to yourself ‘What...

Remote Work- Interview with Kevin Mlynarek

Featuring Eric Waldowski and Kevin Mlynarek Client Success Manager Eric Waldowski sits down with one of our IdealTraits founders and current Allstate Agency owner, Kevin Mlynarek, to discuss how his views on remote work have changed and how it has impacted his hiring...