One of the most common mistakes HR professionals make is to use job descriptions as job postings. Job descriptions and job postings are two different things and, even in small HR departments, can be treated as such.
A job posting is what a company uses to sell itself and an open position while a job description is about compliance. It covers the essential functions, qualifications and physical requirements of the job. In this episode we’ll share some tips to help you create a great job posting.
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