Be Clear About Job Location in Job Posts
Read why it’s vital for hiring teams to be clear about core job location requirements – starting in the job post.
Keep Business Jargon Out of Your Job Posts
How job posts full of business jargon can signal a culture that may not lean accessible and inclusive.
Avoid Job Title Inflation in a Tight Labor Market
It’s tempting in a tight labor market to try to make job more appealing. But title inflation does more harm than good. Here’s why.
15 Recruiting Trends in the Post-Pandemic Tech Industry
By analyzing tech jobs data from 10,000 companies, we found a labor shortage, employment gender gap, and other recruiting trends.
6 Reasons Why Post-and-Pray Recruiting Doesn’t Work
Post-and-pray recruiting doesn’t work because it overlooks the details. Try flipping that around: It’s all in the details.
A Job Post Title Cautionary Tale
A job post title is more technical than it first seems. No matter what internal title you use, use a technical external title for job posts.
Leave Communication Skills Off Job Requirements
Leave vague, subjective communication skills off your job requirements lists. Use the interviews to assess communication skills instead.
Why Job Titles Must Be Searchable, Clear
Job titles for recruiting are different than ones for human resources. It’s vital that the titles you use in recruiting-based job descriptions are searchable and unambiguous.