If you’ve ever searched for a job, you know that not all job descriptions are well written. And if you’ve ever had to build a job description—well, let’s just say many of us would prefer to watch paint dry. But it doesn’t have to be that horrible.
You are staring at a cursor on a blank screen. Or, if you’re lucky, you have a template of some kind to work with. If you’re unlucky, you might be looking at a mess of a job description someone else tried to create—that you need to turn into a magic document that will not only attract your dream candidate, but set them up for success.
Hiring well is the best thing you can do for your business, yet when it comes to hiring well, we often times go off the rails before we really get started. Here's what goes wrong and how to fix it.