Tagged: communications

Speaking with Job Candidates: How to Adopt the Right Tone of Voice |

Formal or casual? Funny or all-business? Here’s how to make sure you adopt the right tone of voice to connect with every candidate you’re recruiting.... Keep Reading

How To Decline A Job Candidate (& End On A Good Note) |

From explaining why to managing push back: this advice will help you pick up the phone, inform a declined candidate, and end on a good note.... Keep Reading

Storytelling for Recruiting & Leading People: Q&A with Amanda Marko |

Leadership communications expert Amanda Marko shares how you can use stories to recruit, inform and lead people in a business environment.... Keep Reading

Your Candidate-Centered Recruiting Funnel |

A candidate-centered recruiting funnel can help you communicate better, answer timely questions, and guide potential employees through your hiring process.... Keep Reading

Recruiting 101: What Is A Job Description? |

What is a job description? A job description lists the functions and duties of a position inside an organization.... Keep Reading

Writing to Attract Talent: Q&A with Copywriting Expert Joanna Wiebe |

Copy Hackers’ Joanna Wiebe shares tips for writing job postings and emails that will persuade your ideal candidate that they want the job.... Keep Reading

How to Wow the Candidates You’re Recruiting by Saying “Happy Holidays” |

Six tips, tricks and templates for sending season’s greetings to the talent you want to hire.... Keep Reading

Emojis in Job Posts: Yes or No? |

Recruiters, employers and hiring experts expose their feelings on whether emojis are ever appropriate in job posts – yes, no and everything in between.... Keep Reading

6 Awesome Job Postings That Blew Us Away |

We reviewed dozens and dozens of job postings. These 6 awesome examples each feature an idea or two worth adopting when you write yours.... Keep Reading