Inclusion Statements are a couple of sentences or a paragraph in a job posting that signal to applicants the company’s values. The inclusion statement has evolved from a ‘legalese’ EEOC statement to employers specifically addressing members of minority groups, the barriers they may face in the application process, and inviting those groups to apply. Why
(almost)Everything you need to consider before posting a job with a hiring Bonus. It was the beginning of 2021 and I was working at a company that was desperate for housekeepers. Our biggest issue was we just couldn’t get any applicants in the door. We looked around at other similar job openings in the area
Disclaimer: We are not lawyers and this is not legal advice. This blog is written by an Experienced HR and Recruiting professional, however, you should always consult an employment lawyer before you offer hiring bonuses or change your business’s compensation structure. You may have heard some recent buzz around hiring bonuses in Oregon State –
TL:DR: You may not realize it, but the language and content of your job posting may be discouraging applicants from applying. Here’s five things you can do to make your job ad welcoming to more candidates: Remove Years of Job-Related Experience Requirements Remove those clichés and Red-Flags Use a Gender-Bias Decoder Remove Your Education Requirements
Coming January 1, 2023, Washington Employers with 15 or more employees will be required to post a salary or wage in all job ads. “The Employer must disclose in each posting for each job opening the wage scale or salary range, and a general description of all of the benefits and other compensation to be
Asking candidates to e-mail their resumes in can result in buried messages and an unorganized process
An application form and way to organize applicants creates a better experience for the candidate and the hiring team
There are free applicant tracking systems your business could utilize too!
Using Google Forms is a low-cost way to customize an application form while providing tracking on the backend.
In the state of Oregon, “employers may not … refuse to hire, or otherwise discriminate against an employee in compensation or other terms … because of that person’s age if they are 18 or older.” But wait! What about serving alcohol? Great question, a job that requires an employee to obtain a server’s permit and