Career Site

A career site must be able to maximize the rate of conversion of people visiting the pages of the career. The obstacles can be overcome by adopting the following strategies: 1. The Good sites should be intuitive site navigation and structure not only in the section profile of the company but also within the section careers to encourage candidates to explore and learn more about your business. Candidates are biases and errors, mistakes or poor site design will make them question the caliber of the entire organization. Make your career section visible. You have to entice a candidate to visit their careers, if not for the application, but at least to know what kind of career that offers your company.

Apart from this candidate, leaving the site should have images of your company’s vision, mission, recent achievements, future development, press releases, etc. 2. JOB Many sites do not offer clear job description of the opening. A vacancy to publish should allow a candidate to self-select himself for it and not waste time for which the application would be rejected. It should clearly define the role, the skills needed? technical and soft skills, education qualification, experience, and other details such as the working environment? what your company or department is like, no. openings, the date of posting, other benefits, the bank signaled industries, field sales, etc Questions may be included which will act as added capability to convince the candidates that the openings are of correct time.

You Should Sweat The Small Stuff

It’s the little things that make or break a business. If you make a bad impression on the little things, why should customers trust you with larger ones such as buying your product on a regular basis or making a large order? In the past two days, I have seen this simple fact demonstrated on three occasions. I ordered the software company A. It came with a 30-day trial, after that I was going to be charged for the purchase if he had not returned the package. It is now 44 days later and I’m still waiting to be charged for my purchase and receive a code to make the full version. I have to run after them to get my money. Company B had an order from me in person, then do not deliver the goods.

When I called, they remembered the order, but said they had “lost” data from my credit card, so had not sent my order. I had not called to explain or get data from my credit card. Finally, I called to complain. Now it may be just me, but in both cases I made a mental note not to do business with companies again. Since they could not handle basic administration, I have little confidence in their ability to do anything else well. The key to success is nothing fancy. In fact, the opposite is true. Successful businesses always do all the boring, basic small things.