Interview Tip #1 — Start Off Relaxing Tensions.

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An interview can sometimes be unnerving for even very confident people, and a tensed environment isn’t the best for anyone to be themselves. As an interviewer, it is in your place to calm the tension in the room. It is essential that you stay open and encourage the prospective admin staff, medical staff or other potential employees to be themselves throughout the interview. This is because not a lot of people can hide their true nature when they are comfortable and relaxed. You can also ease the tension by offering them a smile, being non-confrontational, and leaving the difficult questions until the end.

Got Interviews Scheduled? Here’s Something For You

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Your organization is as good as the people you hire. So, to make sure you hire the right people to fill in the right roles, never take the interview session of your recruitment process for granted. You are likely to find out much more about a person from having a conversation with them, and this is why it is important to conduct flawless interviews when recruiting for staff. If you have interviews coming up for administrative staff or other staff for your business in the metro Atlanta area, then you should not miss out on our subsequent post on tips for interviewing potential candidates.

The Perfect Job Ad #5 – Add a Salary Range To The Description

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One time, we wanted to find a driving job in Roswell for an applicant, and one of our recruiters asked a friend living in Roswell if he knew any transport companies that offered a minimum salary of $1,500 per week to its drivers. The friend sarcastically replied: “Well, maybe I’d ask the next Uber driver I came across.”

Determined to help this applicant land the right job, our recruiter hit Google’s search box and typed in “Driving Jobs in Roswell, with a minimum salary range of $1,200 to $1,500.”

And guess what?

Yes! The top results that showed up were those job ads with a description containing a salary range. Money motivates. So, if your company offers an attractive salary expectation for a job role, include it in the job ad.

Need the help of a recruiter company in the Atlanta Metro Area to help you get enough applications to your job ads and recruit the right applicant for your business? Send us an inbox
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The Perfect Job Ad #4 – Use Clear Descriptions

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The Perfect Job Ad #4 – Use Clear Descriptions If you are getting clicks on your job ads, but, no one is sending in applications, you have to work more on your description. A study carried out on job seekers in Roswell, John Creek, and Alpharetta discovered that job seekers in these areas applied to jobs that had a clear description of its roles – not only in arrangement but also in the usage of clear and relatable language. Thus,
to get job seekers clicking on the “Apply” button after reading through the job’s description, our recruiters ensure job descriptions are clearly stated in simple language.


Need the help of a recruiter company in the Atlanta Metro Area to help you get enough
applications to your job ads and recruit the right applicant for your business? Send us an inbox message, or reach out to us at (insert phone number/mail).

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.


Need the help of a recruiter company in the Atlanta Metro Area to help you get enough
applications to your job ads and recruit the right applicant for your business? Send us an inbox message, or reach out to us at (insert phone number/mail).

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.


Need the help of a recruiter company in the Atlanta Metro Area to help you get enough
applications to your job ads and recruit the right applicant for your business? Send us an inbox message, or reach out to us at (insert phone number/mail).

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.

Need the help of a recruiter company in the Atlanta Metro Area to help you get enough applications to your job ads and recruit the right applicant for your business? Send us an inbox message, or reach out to us at (insert phone number/mail).

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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