❌ Employers That Hide Equal Pay Suck ❌
😳 I get it, employers focus on money because they have stakeholders that make sure of it!
Especially as a former recruiter, we were tapped with the plan that we had to get someone in at as low as possible so they:
✔️Fit the pay grade
✔️Don’t make too much more than the colleagues they’ll be joining, and who’s been there for a while
✔️Can save themselves money for more budgeted items
❌The problem with this is that when they do try to find the right candidate, sometimes they sacrifice the right talent because of a few thousands of dollars.
❌This does not make for a sound work environment.
❌Hiring shouldn’t have any bias, let alone one of financial.
I understand that sure, some candidates are just priced way too high because of the experience, knowledge, and vision he or she brings.
But most often than not, we are losing or not even finding the right person.
👉This starts with the job description.
👉As you can see, this picture says it all. Let’s bring in someone at an entry-level rate, but with 5 years of experience.
Contradict yourself much?
😂 Here’s my fifth post in the weekly series of #humorous (*I hope) memes in honor of some of the more lax verbiage I’ve seen.
What stuff do you see on job descriptions that drive you nuts?👇
#shoutoutSaturday #jobdescriptions #jobstickers #ununemployed #thepragmaticresume
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