Finding the right person for your organisation is essential, but it can be difficult to find those candidates that tick all the boxes on your job description and person specification. It can pay to sometimes try more creative ways of finding those candidates, especially passive candidates who are not actively looking for a new role.
This month we look at 8 types of creative recruitment adverts, using examples from the web that caught our eye (although not always for the right reasons!)
1. Before even applying these organisations tested their skills.
2. These certainly weren’t proof read!
3. These are enough to make you feel claustrophobic
4. Being honest about pay and responsibilities
5. Adverts for the end of the day or week
6. We have no clue, any guesses?
7. A little scary
8. Finally ones to make you laugh
- 5 tips on choosing between your two best equally qualified candidates
- Why employers need to be flexible to recruit top talent
- Writing effective job descriptions and person specifications
- Why rejecting a temp CV could be the wrong decision
- Are you guilty of hiring clone employees?
- Recruiting to fit your organisation’s culture
- Part time workers can add value to your organisation
- Recruiting for hard-to-fill roles
- 5 ways to improve your recruitment next year
- Make your recruitment budget work harder with PSLs
- Achieving diversity from the bottom up
- Five ‘hidden’ employer benefits of flexible working
- The right way to check references
- How to recruit outside London
- Manage your employer brand with LinkedIn
- The perils of purple squirrels
- Why you need to review your application form
- How to evaluate a cover letter
- Should you hire an 'overqualified' candidate?
- The top 10 mistakes made in recruiting
- How to shortlist CVs quickly and effectively
- Making sure your candidates feel the love