What you’re relying on the most to pull in quality job candidates might in fact be doing the opposite of what you want it to do. It’s your job posting. To find out if you’re totally misusing your job postings, ask yourself if you’re doing this -
There are so many “We’re Hiring” posts on social media right now. While there are unique challenges for different industries, just about anyone who needs to hire workers is struggling with recruiting. Sharing your hiring needs with your network and community is definitely the right thing to do, but when you attract the attention of a potential applicant you might be sabotaging your success when they go to your website to learn more about you and can’t find what they’re looking for.
What if you were interested in employment opportunities at a company but when you went to their career page, all you found was a list of open job positions? Job candidates have more questions than what can be answered in a job description. They want to know -- What’s it like to work here? Will I fit in? Who are these people? Why should I work here?