Zigo advises recruiters and employers to write better job descriptions to attract the right candidates

Top Quote The beginning of seeking the right candidate for a job and it helps in choosing the right applicant for a new vacancy. advises focus on two key areas: the summary of responsibilities and the list of key duties that will be performed in the position. The HR team/recruitment agency along with the management and senior team member of the relevant department should take time and effort. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 31, 2016 - Often times, deals with recruiters and employers who need guidance in ensuring that their job adverts appeal to the right candidates. An unclear job advert can prove to be frustrating for the recruiter and the team at Zigo as recruiters and employers may receive a low response to the advert, CEO of Zigo advises: "Be as specific as specific as possible, be descriptive in ensuring that the role is clearly defined especially for customer/client service orientated roles."

    It is essential for employers to prioritise the list of responsibilities and duties and put them in order of importance and this begins with the skills that are the most integral in the job. This allows applicants to understand the purpose of the role and how much they qualify for the role. "In my experience some skills, qualifications and experience are essential while others may be desirable - it important to be specific." Adds Edelstein.

    It also helps the performance evaluation to set easily measurable criteria and to quantify expectations with dates, numbers and ratings. It's important to measure the amount of productivity in relation to the rest of the team so that the expectations are realistic. It is very important to keep in mind that once an ad is live on Zigo, the recruiter/employer has little control over how the ad is received and who applies for the position so a well-written ad increases the chances of having to sift through CVs of applicants who are not suited to the post.

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