5 Creative Features to Add to Your Company Career Site

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Company career sites keep getting better and better. Finding new ways to attract and engage job seekers once they hit your careers site is getting harder. Here are 5 company career site features to help get your creative juices flowing: 1. Diversity Pie Chart If you’re serious about diversity, why not show your data. Pandora and… Read more »

5 Tips for Creating a Company Career Blog That Recruits For You

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Content has become a proven channel for lead generation and can easily be applied to your recruiting efforts. If your company is thinking about starting a career blog or just creating recruiting content in general, here are some tips you might find helpful:   1. Stay Consistent A key characteristic of any successful blog is… Read more »

14 Examples of the Best Company Career Sites (2018)

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We review 100’s of company career pages and found these 14 that really stand out. Check out each career page idea we highlight that makes these among the best. Everlane Creative headline — They use a written letter approach (e.g. “Dear rule-breakers…”) which immediately differentiates them. They alienate the non-prospect — Bravo! They leverage the… Read more »

3 Examples of “Mini Career Site” Job Descriptions

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Audra Knight recently recommended you treat your job description like a “mini career site“.  For many employers, more candidates will land on your job pages before they see your front door career page, because they are coming from sources like job boards or LinkedIn. And if they don’t like what they see on your job… Read more »

Do You Have this Massive “Drop-Off” From Career Site to Job Descriptions?

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Do you have this problem? You’ve got a solid-looking company career site page like this: The “Hotel Lobby Theory” …yet your job description pages look something more like this JD below. My friend Eric Osterman (Recruitment Marketing Manager at CenturyLink calls it the “Hotel Lobby Theory” — the lobby needs to look pretty but if… Read more »

Top Job Search Channels: The Disconnect Between Employers and Job Seekers

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There’s a big disconnect between what candidates and employers think is important, according to the Hinge Research Institute’s Employer Branding Study, a survey of 800+ professionals. They split up the audience into 2 camps: Talent-Evaluators (aka Employers): Professionals involved in their firm’s recruiting and hiring process. This group responded to questions about how they search for and… Read more »

5 Company Career Site Mistakes To Avoid

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Make sure to avoid these 5 common mistakes on your career site — doing so will vastly improve your digital candidate experience: 1) No Category and Location Pages (Candidate Experience) If you could make the job search easier for a candidate, wouldn’t you? You’d be surprised how many companies, large and small, don’t have department and/or location specific… Read more »

5 Easy Ways to Build a Killer Talent Community

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If you already have a talent community (congrats!) then I bet you’re missing at least one idea below on how to grow yours. If you don’t have a talent community, then these 5 easy ideas will hopefully show you how easy talent communities are to grow. First, what is a talent community?  A talent community (also called… Read more »

Best Company Career Sites of 2017 (Vol. 2)

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There wasn’t enough room in our previous Best Company Career Sites of 2017 (Vol. 1) piece, so we did a Volume 2! Here are some of the best company career sites with an emphasis on the careers home page. Banfield Pet Hospital If you have anything that tugs at a candidate’s heart, show it. Banfield is… Read more »

5 Mistakes Your Job Search Page Might Make to Damage Your Brand

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Your company career site job search page is a vital component of the candidate experience. However, many job search pages make some common mistakes. I ran across one employer recently, Ideal Industries, whose job search page had 5 things they could fix to improve candidate experience (and increase pipeline/traffic). I don’t mean to pick on Ideal Industries: they… Read more »

Best Company Career Sites Honorable Mention

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We did a post recently on the best company career sites. Below are some honorable mentions we wanted to give a shout-out to: Hallmark Job Search & Department Microsites — The first thing they provide is a job search by keyword, location, and then 8 pics/tiles that link off to different departments and Internships. Each… Read more »

20 of the Best Company Career Sites (and Why!)

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If you are redoing your company career site, check out the list below — it’s a list of 20 company career sites that have impressed us recently. We included career pages from large publicly traded enterprises on down to smaller companies you’ve likely never heard of. The 20 company career sites below are in alphabetical order and… Read more »

20 Creative Ideas For Your Company Career Site

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If you are looking for new ideas to increase candidate engagement and interaction for your company career site, here are some creative features to consider: 1. Alienate the Non-Prospect — This is a marketing principle that preaches: rarely does it make sense to go after every single person in the world as your customer. Take Huge… Read more »

15 “Must-Have” Features For Your Company Career Site

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If you’re building a new company career site, here are 15 features for you to consider to attract, engage and convert candidates. 1. A Compelling Headline— It’s a shame that most company career home pages use just “Careers” or “Jobs” as their headline. Boring. Instead, write like a copywriter and be attention-grabbing (Huge Inc.) or Activision (pictured… Read more »

8 Ideas To Visually Optimize Your Company Career Site

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Fostering candidate engagement and attracting potential candidates to your career site is easier said than done. Some ways your company can succeed in doing this is having a visually attractive career site that include features like eye-catching images, short and descriptive videos, and popular/enticing color schemes. We’ll go over 8 ideas that will help you… Read more »