The most qualified job candidates are also the most informed. More and more job seekers are researching companies before applying and being interviewed. If you want to attract the best job candidates, it’s important to make sure the information out there it what attracts them. Here are the five things you need to put out there for a job preview and how to do it. The best job preview is open and honest, creating better job retention later on.
Reflect on these key points:
- 1Realistic job previews deal with two things: 1) the work itself and/or 2) the way work gets accomplished. Be intentional in what you’re trying to get across.
- 2“Everything” is not the correct response here. A realistic job preview isn’t a substitute for orientation, onboarding, or training.
- 3Once you’ve identified those things you’d like for candidates to know, consider when it’s best to share this information – before applying, during screening interviews, or during in-depth interviews.
“Realistic job previews allow companies to share important aspects of the job and the company culture with candidates, hopefully before they apply.”
Read the full story: https://www.hrbartender.com/2017/recruiting/realistic-job-previews-5-questions/