76% of Candidates Want to Know About Day-to-Day Responsibilities By: Matt Tarpey on June 13, 2016.
Recruitment and hiring can be a complicated business, so CareerBuilder’s 2016 Candidate Behavior Study took a look at it in simple terms: What do candidates want to know?
According to the study, the question on 76% of job seekers’ minds is “What would my day-to-day job be?” Fifty-seven percent are wondering what skill sets employers consider negotiable versus non-negotiable skills.
These may sound like pretty basic queries, but employers who fail to address these questions in job postings or in the interview process are going to have a hard time finding interested candidates.
What does this mean for you?
Even if you’re a relatively young company or the open position is still brand new, it’s important to have a clear definition of what responsibilities the role will entail. Great job…