How to write job ads that attract top candidates

How to write job ads that attract top candidates

Kevin Makra | Jan 22, 2015 9:13 pm

Hiring a new employee? Taking the time to write a well-crafted job posting and carefully choosing how and when to post it, can make all the difference. Here are six sure fire ways to perfect the job ad.


Category: Hiring Advice, Recruitment Challenges, Small Business,

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Researcher explains the hidden messages coded into job descriptions

Warning signs: HR expert reveals the hidden messages coded into job descriptions

Renee Sylvestre-Williams| Feb 17, 2014 9:56 am


You have to watch carefully for certain keywords or expressions buried in job description that may sound positive at first but actually have a much darker meaning. Here are some red flags and what they really reveal.



Category: Human Resources,
Lazy guy with feet up on his desk

The five people you should never hire

Elizabeth Bromstein| Feb 14, 2014 7:10 pm


Trying to fill positions at your company can be frustrating, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for bad candidates. Here are five people you should never hire.



Category: Hiring Advice, Human Resources, Management, Recruitment Challenges,
is office romance okay?

Office romance is okay (until it’s not)

Melissa Allen| Feb 14, 2014 3:11 pm


Is workplace workplace romance still taboo? In most cases it’s an accepted part of life when you spend a large portion of your time working closely with people you have things in common with. Read on to learn about when it’s probably not okay to date your colleague.



Category: Hiring Advice, Human Resources,
Two bored people in a meeting making pencil moustaches

Are you destroying your business with meetings?

Elizabeth Bromstein| Feb 11, 2014 3:03 pm


Study shows we spend over 9,000 hours in meetings over the course of our lives. Surely this time could be better spent.



Category: Management,
Confessions of a hiring manager

Confessions from the hiring manager’s side of the desk: here’s what most candidates don’t know

Peter Harris| Feb 8, 2014 12:12 pm


You see a job posting online. You write up your cover letter and prepare your resume and hit the Apply button. Here’s what happens next from the recruiter’s point of view.



Category: Industry News & Insights,
Canada kicks off 2014 with solid gains in employment

Canada kicks off 2014 with solid gains in employment

Peter Harris| Feb 7, 2014 4:19 pm


The Canadian economy recovered from December’s surprising job losses with increased employment in January. Here’s a look at the industries seeing the most significant growth right now.



Category: Industry News & Insights,
Woman giving the thumbs down

Ten reasons why nobody will work for you

Melissa Allen| Feb 3, 2014 9:06 pm


Are you having trouble filling a role? Are you making job offers and getting turned down? Here are 10 possible reasons why candidates don’t want to join your organization.



Category: Help & FAQ's, Hiring Advice, Recruitment Challenges, Small Business,
Liad off workers in the street with boxes

The worst ways to fire someone

Elizabeth Bromstein| Feb 3, 2014 3:47 pm


AOL’s Patch lets hundreds of journalists go in a conference call. Is this the worst way to get fired? Nope. We’ve got five worse ways.



Category: Management,