❌ Employers That Act Like They’re Willing to Train Suck ❌
🤝As a former recruiter, I collaborated with hiring managers daily to identify possible vacancies, build proper job descriptions, and source/vet potential candidates.
👉And about 75% of them always wanted someone who wasn’t green.
👉Meaning, early career.
🧳 But you know who would advocate for these fine prospects that we as the recruiting team would deem a fit with a little training?
🧳 We did! And by we, I mean myself, the other recruiters and HR.
🧳 HR managers are constantly helping ensure we hire and maintain top talent.
🚥 Sometimes with a little push, the hiring manager would see it how we saw it.
❌But that shouldn’t be the case. Some hiring managers need some training on how to properly handle the staffing cycle.
❌This does not make for a sound work environment.
❌Hiring shouldn’t have any bias, let alone one of higher than normal expectations.
👉This starts with the job description.
👉As you can see, this picture says it all. Let’s find an “entry-level” candidate with 3+ years of experience so we don’t have to train them for as long. Ugh.
😂 Here’s my seventh 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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