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
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
This worksheet will help you design interview questions for a job. You’ll start by identifying the Essential Functions and the Preferred Functions of the job. Then for each function, you’ll identify the competencies one must have to perform it. Next, you’ll answer if this is a Technical Skill or Behavioral Skill. From this information, you’ll