Job Descriptions Are the New Landing Page.

Guest: Rachel Bitte Candidate Pool, Influence, Innovation, job postings, Mobile, Mobile Recruiting, Rachel Bitte, Recruitment Marketing, Retention, Social Media and Talent, Social Networking, Talent Acquisition, Video 1 Comment

From the technology we use, to how we approach candidate engagement, so much around the recruiting and hiring process has evolved and improved over the years. But one thing sure hasn’t changed and–in today’s “candidate-driven” labor market–continues to stick out like a sore thumb. I’m talking about job descriptions. Most job ads are still dry, boring, and lack any semblance …

Job Titles That Say What They Mean

Paul Hebert Culture, Employment Branding and Culture, Good HR, HR, HR (& Life!) Advice, Job Market, Paul Hebert, Pop Culture

Job titles have achieved heights of ridiculousness never before reached. Each company in an effort to “outcool” the next company have created job descriptions that have more value as talking points in an interview with Forbes than they do to the oth er employees in the company – or – to the most important person – the customer of that …