Tag Archives: applications

Filter Unqualified Applicants The Smart Way

by George Blomgren In my recent article “Good Job Postings Are Love Letters,” I acknowledged the fear that prevents a lot of employers from turning up the sugar in their job postings. They are already getting deluged with applications from overtly unqualified candidates. Therefore, making their job postings even more attractive sounds like an exercise […]

Who’s Applying For Your Jobs?

Placing a standard job posting online just doesn’t cut it anymore. If companies want their HR Departments to sift through hundreds of job applications and resumes, to potentially not even find the candidate they are looking for, is wasting their time. Job postings are there to entice and attract the right job seekers, not every […]

Put Culture In Your Job Postings

A recent article from ERE.net discusses what sets great job postings apart from mediocre job postings. It implores that all job postings should have at least one line about the company, a detailed description of the exact responsibilities, a short list of requirements, and salary information. These four proponents of a job posting are necessary […]