One of my favorite Christmas songs is “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” I have written the words to the song below and have taken a bit of poetic license in changing the lyrics so we can use them as a memory tool to help remember the important parts of a successful job search campaign. The song can be sung in any key you desire. Very unintentionally, I change keys quite often while singing.
And-a-one, and-a-two . . .
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A look at the top employer job sourcing mistakes.
I have the pleasure of evaluating many job postings and job descriptions every day. In doing so, I see employers make mistakes in their sourcing and recruiting efforts starting with simple wording issues in job descriptions to errors in job fair operations that could potentially be litigious. The hiring process needs as few roadblocks as possible, especially in the tough employment climate we have today, and I thought this would be a good time to review some of these issues to help both job seekers and employers. Continue reading “Prefered but Definitely not Required Pt. 1”