How to advertise for new staff… like a boss

Posted November 20, 2013, by Julia Watters

1. Understand what people are looking for in a job …

2. Use language your prospective employees will understand …

3. Make the job look as appealing as possible …

 Make your job more attractive 

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4. But don’t be afraid to tell applicants exactly what you’re looking for either …

5. Just make sure you provide enough information … and spell check …

6. Consider recruiting from unlikely platforms …

Recruit from unlikely platforms

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7. Don’t just rely on the information applicants give you in their resume …

8. Seriously, think about it …

9. Don’t be afraid to ask applicants to take a test in the interview process …

10. And finally, make sure you hire the right fit for the role.

Hire someone who's the right 'fit'
Julia Watters

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