Writing a job description template is a great way to ensure consistency (and get more applies). Especially if you’re working with a big team.
Here are 5 tips to get you started writing your own:
1. Eliminate Biased Words
Words matter, especially if you’re writing a job description template. If your JDs are full of exclusionary words (based on race, gender, disability, age, etc.), you might be turning off diverse, qualified talent.
Try removing bias from your job descriptions to attract a diverse pool of candidates. How do you do this?
Being conscious of the words