One such missed opportunity is that of spotting a job’s or a company’s red flags—whether you’ll wear too many hats, feel excluded, etc. I spoke to an expert in writing job descriptions, Katrina Kibben, CEO at Three Ears Media, to identify common job description red flags that job seekers should be looking out for when searching for the next role.
If you work in the recruiting industry, that means you’re getting bombarded with ways to upgrade and update your LinkedIn profile. While the overhaul tactics are useful, most recruiters incorporate them selectively or ignore the opportunity to take them and make them their own.
Katrina talks to ERE about the fart test, how augmented writing tools can affect hiring bias, and the variables you can actually control when writing job postings.
In this episode of The Shortlist with SocialTalent, we're talking about job postings. Yes, they are super important, but how often do you see the same text copied and pasted over and over?
Reading entry-level job postings is an exercise in despair. The clichés catch you off guard. I mean, how many companies could be looking for a high-performing, motivated, self-starter all at the same time? The answer is a lot.
Katrina Kibben, Three Ears Media, joins the WTF 2020 Tour Bus. WTF 2020 AN INFLUENCERS’ GUIDE TO NAVIGATING THE SHIT SHOW. Katrina Kibben is the CEO and founder of Three Ears Media. They write job ads that don’t suck. How about that?
I think it would be hilarious to do something like this for HR and recruiting. It would probably be a little mortifying, too, when we all figure out how many of our practices are hundreds of years old. It surprised me when I started researching the first job postings.
Recruiters haven’t done every job they recruit. To compensate for lack of knowledge, they tend to give unintentional insight into what they’re looking for when they write the job posting. Even hiring managers with all the intel in the world give away the secrets without trying.
If you’re looking for the short answer about bundling benefits into your job postings, the answer is no – you don’t need to write about your benefits package in the job posting. If you’re here for the long haul, let us tell you a story.
In today’s episode we talk about mistakes so many leaders make when it comes down to Job description writing in hiring. How do you tangibly unpack the reality of what the position calls for day-day and make sure it’s implemented in the job description. Advice for young professionals/employees on how to explain who they are beyond the resume and so much more. I know for a fact you will enjoy it and embrace today’s episode!
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