How to Write Better Job Descriptions

Encourage top-notch applicants by accurately describing the position for which you’re hiring The success of your business is often in the hands of your employees. Two-thirds of U.S. companies have been affected by a bad hire, resulting in lost revenue and productivity, according to the website CareerBuilder.com. Avoid making a mistake by taking the time to write a good job description. “Job descriptions are the foundation of the hiring process, and they set expectations for new hires,” says Brandi Britton, district president of the staffing firm OfficeTeam, which specializes in placing administrative professionals. “If you fail to accurately describe an open position, you could wind up interviewing applicants who are underqualified because you didn’t provide the right information.” Accurate and compelling job descriptions attract great talent. Here are seven key compone
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