Very useful tips for recruitment.
We all know the importance of writing a job description properly. If you fail to have a top notch job description, you can attract the wrong candidates to your position, which does not benefit your company. Let’s take a step back. A job description “summarizes the duties of a position and states the essential responsibilities of the job.” That sounds pretty simple, a job description tells someone what he or she will be doing on the job. While job descriptions are typically associated with recruiting, that is just scratching the surface of the full benefit to your organization. Job Analysis Job descriptions should be updated every few years to ensure accuracy. Traditionally, a job analysis comes before a job description. Why? You need to understand the requirements of the position before you start outlining it.