Today I saw this doing the rounds on LinkedIn. It’s an article on how to attract candidates to your job postings, written by one of LinkedIn’s staff writers.
Judging by some of the responses, some talent acquisition professionals were getting giddy with excitement – presumably about how they’re now going to be able to write better job ads.
And to be fair, they will. But only marginally better. In fact, so marginal that it will make practically no difference.
The one positive…
The TV show The Apprentice is interesting for two reasons.
The first is, if you turn the sound down, and drink enough tequila, it’s like watching a bunch of wind-up dolls all randomly bumping into each other for an hour.
The second is that it’s the only reality TV show where the real winner gets fired in the first week. They probably don’t realise it at the time though.
Previous winners will probably say they now have successful businesses as a result of being on that show.…
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This is a job ad.
More specifically, it’s a job ad for a Business Development Manager written to be as SEO friendly as possible.
Business Development Manager
Are you a Business Development Manager who would like to work for a successful company managing and developing new business?
Our client, a dynamic market leader, are seeking a Business Development Manager from any B2B background who has been a manager of business development. As a Business…
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