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Struggling with Low Applicant Flow? Your Screening May Be to Blame.

To filter out low-quality applicants and identify high-quality applicants you must find out what makes a person successful at the job and then screen for that.

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Stop What You're Doing & Start an Employee Referral Program!

If you’re a small business without an employee referral program…you’re missing out on the cheapest, easiest, and most effective way to increase applicant flow.

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If You're Not Consistently Recruiting, You're Consistently Missing Out

Recruiting even when you’re not actively hiring is one of the smartest things you can do to prepare for when you are actively hiring.


When it Comes to Your Job Titles, Don't Get Too Creative

In your job ads, it's important to use the most common job title that contains keywords the individuals with qualifications for this job would search for.

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How You Can Hire Top Talent Without Increasing Pay

Want to hire top talent, but can’t offer job seekers top dollar? It’s time to get creative and market your other benefits to compete with Big Dog Companies.


No Job Ad Can Make Up for Bad Company Culture

Still struggling with low applicant flow no matter how you change your job ad? It may be time to shift your focus towards improving your company culture.

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Your Job Ads Need to Include Your Pay

Providing no information about pay is more damaging than being upfront that pay isn’t that great. You may think it’s strategic, but this is costing you!

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Are you asking for too much in your application?

To attract the quality candidates you want, you must reduce the friction in your application process. You must break up your application process into stages!

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Attract quality applicants for your entry-level jobs.

It may be time to rewrite your job ads. If your hiring process isn't structured around marketing to the job seeker, then you will continue to have entry-level hiring pains.