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5 keys to writing a powerful job description

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You may have a clear vision of your dream employee, but how do you capture those thoughts and form them into an accurate and enticing job description that attracts the right candidates? Here are five tips to help you write a better job description. 

1. State your business. 

Interviewing and hiring new employees takes time, energy and money, but you can minimize outputs by being clear about your company's industry, size, age, location and culture to ensure that you attract candidates who are interested in being a part of a company like yours. Think about aspects that affect daily operations: Is the culture innovative, formal, relaxed or high-pressure? Does your team comprise younger employees or more seasoned ones? Are you in an industrial office park off the highway or on the top floor of a downtown high-rise? Do you serve B2B customers, consumers or both? All of these factors contribute to employee experience and paint a pi...(register to read more)

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