How Unreadable is Your EEO Statement?

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I wrote the other day about how an effective job ad should be written at the 8th grade or lower. That’s because the best candidates are busy and you need to write in Plain English. The same goes for your EEO Statement. Yes, there are laws about what goes into an EEO Statement (you can see… Read more »

10 Samples of an Effective EEO Statement

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The purpose of an EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) statement is to comply with EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) law but there’s also a marketing aspect to it. The words in your EEO statement (which often appear in all your job postings) are also words that a candidate will measure you by. In fact, many employers are adding hot new… Read more »

10 Examples of the Best Job Ads in 2017

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Here are 10 examples of job ads worth looking at, whether you are revamping your own or just looking for creative job ad ideas. Last year Ongig published 10 Awesome Job Descriptions and we are already seeing many companies (big and small) making vast improvements to their job ads which show you just how fast they are evolving…. Read more »