If you are in recruitment you would know by now that a post and pray approach won’t work at all to attract the right candidates to your job. You need to be thoughtful when you write job postings in order to connect to the job seekers and most often that is where the first impression happens.
From having a great job posting out there to sending out a well-drafted outreach email to candidates, recruiters/employers get to be one step ahead to attract the right candidates to their job. But Social/web/digital advancements have made this task even more difficult for employers to keep up. Want to know more about how to create a first impression through job posting and creative writing? Stay tuned for my next #LinkedInLIVE show to learn more on ‘How to create content that connects with candidates’!
Join Katrina Kibben, CEO and Founder, Three Ears Media
Connect with Katrina Kibben here: She is the Founder and CEO of Three Ears Media, a firm dedicated to teaching recruiters to be better communicators and writers. For most of Katrina’s career, she has been a marketer living in a recruiter’s world – listening to both sides of the talent equation to understand the real issues and find solutions.
Today, she uses her technical marketing know-how and way with words to help both established and emerging brands develop and deliver creative, strategic recruitment marketing that makes the right people apply. Katrina has also spoken at events around the world and written for Fortune, The Chicago Tribune and many other digital publications.
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