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Before You Write Job Descriptions, Answer these Seven Questions

January 17, 2017
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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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A good job description does three things:

  • Gives the candidate a clear understanding of the job, so they can decide if it’s the type of job they’re looking for.
  • Showcases the unique selling points of the job (and your company) that make the job special.
  • Satisfies the compliance requirements applicable to your company.

Take a look at this expert template from Talent Success University to get started:

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