Sylvie Woolf

As Director of Client Service, Sylvie actively works to scale and grow our business, while driving value and customer success at every level. Sylvie directs our department's remarkable team of specialists who consult with and support ClearCompany’s diverse clientele, delivering best-in-class client service. Sylvie serves as a strategic partner to executives within our client base, ensuring that our platform not only assists with administrative concerns, but also solves for large-scale business needs.
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February 11, 2017

A Template for Crafting the Best Job Descriptions

Accurate, engaging job descriptions and posts serve three equally important purposes. They help you comply with employment laws, draw better-qualified applicants and are a first step toward creating a more consistent and stronger process for hiring more “A Players.” Use this checklist to have all the necessary elements to fulfill the goals of legal compliance, better hiring and building a foundation for total Talent Success™.

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Quality of Hire

February 2, 2017

How to Create Winning Job Descriptions For Your Company Culture


When used properly and written effectively, job descriptions set transparent expectations for candidates and current employees, creating value for the company and your workforce from the first day on the job to the last. Use this checklist to craft better job descriptions to attract the top talent you are searching for!

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Quality of Hire

January 24, 2017

A Checklist to Ensure Your Job Descriptions are Compliant

Accurate job descriptions are a keystone of employment law compliance. When you clearly and precisely state the essential job functions of a role, you eliminate any potential for doubt or controversy about what a candidate or employee must be able to do to meet their job requirements.

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Recruiting & Sourcing

January 17, 2017

Before You Write Job Descriptions, Answer these Seven Questions

The best recruiters treat job seekers like their customers. Job descriptions are often the only advertising space you get for your position. Write a requisition that is too long, full of irrelevant information, or uninteresting and your potential candidates will move on. This is especially true of the best talent; they know they can be choosy.

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Candidate Experience

January 8, 2017

Leave Your Ineffective Job Descriptions Behind in 2017

Hiring and recruiting are rarely easy tasks. A recent study shows that 95% of recruiters believe recruiting will continue to get more competitive in the coming years. That’s why it’s so important that job descriptions—one of the most basic tools in a recruiter’s toolbox—evolve along with the changing climate. That includes not only what you put in your job descriptions, but also the format and the approach to reaching your audience. Here are a few tips on how you can leave outdated descriptions behind in 2017:

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Recruiting & Sourcing

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