The Perfect Job Ad #3 – Job Ads Format Matter

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Does the format of your job ad titles and descriptions affect its catchiness? You sure bet it does! A job ad, at first sight, should be well-formatted to ensure that they are readable and clear. Our professional recruiters have come to learn that the clearer the formatting, the higher the chances of the job ad being clicked on; and you too should keep that in mind. Proper job ads formatting also help rank your listing high on search results. For instance, when a job seeker seeking to land a management job in Stone Crest types the query into a search engine box, s/he is likely to click on job ads that are well-formatted than those that are unreadable.


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The Perfect Job Ad #2 – Use Catchy Titles

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Having a tough time getting clicks on your Job Ads? A little extra-catchy title could be just what you need! Sandy Springs alone, has over 100,000 advertised job roles. When job applicants are browsing through search engines’ results, tons of recruiter ads show up – so much that one could get stymied and zone out. To get people reading and CLICKING our job ad in the list of this crowded mess of job ads, our recruiters come up with catchy titles. For instance, if the job role offers unique benefits, we attach it to the job title. Thus, whatever innovative title you try, be sure to pique the potential job seekers’ curiosity, and get them wanting to know more about your advertised job roles and offerings.


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The Perfect Job Ad #1 – Be Specific.

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Are you having a hard time getting your job titles showing up on search engines or job listings? Yes? Maybe it is time to re-think the job title and description. Since most people will begin their job search online, our recruiters always ensure the job ad titles and descriptions are specific enough to show on the top of search results. So, when a job seeker types in the name of a vacant role that the company seeks to fill, they’ll find it quickly. This is particularly important in areas with a high population such as South Fulton, where there are a lot of business and recruiter companies posting numerous job ads.

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Writing job ads? Whew! The rue of many companies.

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In the Atlanta Metro Area, there’s a constant addition to the motley crowd of job seekers. Hence, recruiting the right people for many job roles has become a real drag. It is no news that to land the right employees in your company, writing a suitable job ad title and description is essential. But, writing a winning job ad can be difficult. So, in the next couple of days, we will be sharing valuable posts on how we, as a professional recruiter company, can get the right people to apply for advertised roles, and how you too can achieve this, if you want to do it yourself. The first post will be up on Thursday. Don’t miss it!

Recruitment Tip #5 – How High Should The IQ Be?

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In recent times, more startup cycles in the Atlanta Metro area are beginning to imbibe puzzles and IQ testing measures for recruitment. While intelligence is essential for the more technical jobs and can help you even get down the number of applicants, intelligence is not the only thing to look out for when you want to recruit new staff. You should also check for skills such as communication, public relations, and empathy if the position will require the candidate to meet customers and stakeholders.

Lesson: A high IQ alone does not make a candidate the right person for the job. Choose
candidates with a mix of intelligence and other relevant skills.

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Recruitment Tip #4 – The Heck Do I Need A Reference For?

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You are right! References are perceived by some recruiter companies as a waste of time. These recruiters are more interested in what a person can bring to the company table; that is their experience, strengths, skills, and capabilities. However, if you are a small business in places such as Smyrna or Dunwoody, where the crime rate is a little on the high side, you may want to reconsider your stance on a reference check. You do not want to be away for a couple of days or weeks and have to worry if your business is in safe hands.


Lesson: References are important! They help you hire a candidate who you can trust with your business.


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Recruitment Tip #3 – No Experience? Eliminate?!

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There’s a story of an applicant, who was seeking a job opportunity in Alpharetta about two years ago. All the places he put in an application wouldn’t give him a job because recruiters kept insisting they wanted someone with years of relevant experience. When he eventually got a job,
he was the most dedicated staff who contributed to the growth of the company. This is not to say experience doesn’t matter. But, if you run a company where an individual can learn on the job and better their skills, then, more than an experienced staff, you will need a dedicated staff who is willing to learn. It is even better when this staff is a fast learner and can
acquire multiple skills all at once.

Lesson: Don’t rule out inexperienced applicants, who have basic skills and can learn quickly on the job.


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Recruitment Tip #2 – Yes, You Do Not Need Perfect Employees

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Businesses often hold out on filling a vacant position because they are waiting for the perfect employee. Recently, a startup entrepreneur in Sandy Spring got in touch with us to help with recruiting for a management position. He mentioned he had been looking for the “perfect” person to manage one of the outlets of his business to no avail, and the vacancy was stalling the growth of the outlet. Essentially, his business’s growth had been stalling because of the lack of a “perfect” candidate. So, instead of recruiting the “perfect” candidate for the position, we helped him recruit the right candidate, who he says is getting the job done perfectly.


Lesson: Do not wait until you get the perfect candidate; you only need the right candidate for the job.

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Recruitment Tip #1 – Recruitment Algorithms, So Great or Not?

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In places such as South Fulton, where the population is high and more people are putting in applications for vacancies, technology feels like a go-to option. However, in a bid to beat down the number of people you have to interview using a recruitment algorithm, which only gives you the best match to your keywords, you may lose the right employee for your business. This is because some applicants may have unique talents that a computer algorithm may not recognize. Also, some unqualified candidates may game the algorithms by tailoring their application with
the appropriate keywords. Thus, if you want the right person for a job, don’t rely on just a set of keywords a computer recognizes


Lesson: Use a mix of recruitment algorithm and traditional recruitment to find the best candidate.

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Recruiting For Your Small Business? Read This!

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Recruiting is no easy process and getting it right takes a lot of effort on the part of the recruiter. Here in Atlanta, we have met with startups and small businesses who complain of how tedious the recruitment process is, and how even after the process they somehow still end up recruiting the wrong people. So, we have compiled a list that can help you have a better recruitment and subsequently better staffing if you follow the lessons. We have broken down the list into bits and will be sharing these lessons as a series of posts over the next couple of days, to enable you to digest them easily. The first post will be up later this week. Don’t miss it!