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A lot of job boards have a preview section. This is the couple of lines that come up after someone has inputted your job title. You need to stand out from the rest and draw the jobseeker in. Write somethin...

Using social media to post your job is broadcasting, which can help when trying to attract that elusive, passive talent. The tips in this blog will grab their attention.

Make your ad as short as you can, without leaving out any of the crucial or interesting information. Lots of people ask for ‘team players’, ‘good communicators’ or someone who can ‘work on their own initia...

Organizations have nowhere to hide. They have to adapt to the needs of the modern workforce, or they will find themselves struggling to attract and keep great employees and therefore customers.

Are these not the type of things we all look for in a job? So why wouldn’t you give this information to candidates you want to attract to your job? Are you selling the job to them? Are you selling the comp...

Once more, technology is making it easier for us to find jobs, but if employers are not following the basic principles of advertising, they still aren’t going to be able to attract the brilliant minds and...

When I randomly picked a job ad on one of the big job boards, it was typically a list of job duties, skills and qualifications required. If I’m a discerning candidate, what is in that job ad that is compel...

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