In his memoir, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft, Stephen King shares advice for writers who want to create the kind of following with readers that drives them into bookstores or online every time he releases a new book.
We’ve written about best practices for writing job ads before, but we wanted to share a simple version that hits the high points and makes it easy to put into practice now. When a candidate reads a job ad they should be saying to themselves "this is a company I’d want to work for."
We’ve heard the buzz about Google and Facebook getting into the jobs industry. What does it mean for you when these giants enter the space? If you missed our live webinar on June 15, you can watch it on demand here!
Wracking your brain for ways to stand out in a job seeker’s market? Need to reach passive candidates? Humor can go a long way in grabbing a candidate’s attention. Here are a few we found from companies who went the witty route. Whether it’s a billboard or online, creative job ads are the most likely to be shared. Bonus points for letting a company’s culture shine through!