Are you experiencing turnover? Are you struggling to attract the right worker? If you’re not offering anything that actual job seekers are looking for, you are not going to get any potential candidates. We’re here to help you change your perspective and make the moves you need to recruit effectively and fill out your team.
Today’s job seekers can cut through the bull and won’t bother applying to a posting that’s vague or suspicious. Think about your audience – candidates are seeking employment are applying to dozens of jobs per week, so they’ve seen it all. If you’re going through a company shift or short-staffing issue, don’t try to hide it. If someone asks about an issue, address it thoughtfully instead of making excuses.
In 2020, it’s essential to create a job posting that pops. It’s not enough to list something on Monster and wait for applicants to come to you. Hiring is now a proactive process. Think about the type of employee you’d like to have, and make the right moves to make it happen. You need to be active on all of the major job sites, plus LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and even Snapchat.
Modern job seekers are looking for more than a six-month gig. Candidates research a company and do their best to find a long-term fit, which means you need to be ready to support that. Help your potential team members fit in and flourish by providing plenty of opportunities for professional development. Whether it’s funding continuing education, advertising networking events, or boosting your employee’s brand, you can attract candidates by showing your support.