Getting a job posting in front of the right candidates can be a challenge for employers. For the job posting to be relevant to search engines, the best keyword phrases need to be utilized in both the job title and description.
If you’re looking to make your recruitment efforts more efficient, Programmatic job advertising should be a priority. Hiring can be expensive and time consuming, and in a competitive hiring market, you may also be worried about whether you have the skills and resources to keep up and attract the right talent.
Many states now include some type of military spouse interstate license transfers/recognition to make it easier for military spouses to find employment after military change of station/location. The OFCCP also recommends that federal contractors have a nondiscrimination policy in place for military spouses and family members.
Making sure your job advertisement reaches as many qualified candidates as possible starts with a great job title. Since most job seekers research job openings by searching by title, getting it right is imperative. And, because your listing is competing with thousands of others, an optimized job title will ensure that the most desired candidates are applying for your open position
We sat down with former OFCCP Compliance Officer, Will Waymel, to talk about common pitfalls federal contractors can miss. Will is currently responsible for directing affirmative action program development and implementation, auditing, and training for Kairos Services, Inc.
Given all of the OFCCP requirements that organizations need to adhere to, many federal contractors use third-party vendors to assist in their diversity outreach and job postings to the state workforce agencies.
Diversity in the workplace is important to both employers and job seekers. For the employer, a diverse workforce leads to increased revenue, innovation, creative problem solving, and inclusivity within teams.