Recruitment can get a little overwhelming at times. Take it from us – we know the struggle of overflowing inboxes and clicking to the 23rd page of potential candidates who don’t quite fit what you’re looking for. We understand the disappointment of having a candidate back out at the last minute, or the costly mistake of hiring the wrong person. …
Jobs and Job Titles are linked critically to an immediate view of what the job will entail. Example “Personal Assistant” we immediately think of a person who will assist a manager with answering phones, travel arrangements and administration. Another example is “Manager” immediately think of someone that leads a team of employees. Want to save hours in hiring? Then ensure your Job Title is ideal for the role.
Be it you call it a “Job Description”, “Job Detail” or Job Specification (aka Job Spec) – they all equal the same thing, a document that lists what a job is called and does.
Creating a job specification (also known as job description or job requirement) is the first and most important part of hiring. We often ‘copy and paste’ from other job adverts out there, or from previous employee who left that role. But this can be the biggest mistake in hiring!