Adding personality (and a dose of reality) to your content
Using irresistible job descriptions to boost candidate quality
With thousands of employers vying for the attention of prospective hires online, it’s more important than ever to make your recruiting efforts heard over the noise. Compelling stories, job titles and descriptions are critical pieces of your recruiting content strategy.
In this webcast, Jeff McCarthy, a strategist for Indeed’s Employer Insights team, will show you how to capture the attention of the right candidates.
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