Do you have a solid job description workflow?
Here are 7 steps to help you create consistent, bias-free JDs (at scale). The screenshots from the steps below are from the job description software Ongig.
1. Start a central repository
The first step in creating a job description workflow is having a central place to store JDs.
If your JDs are stored in different places (e.g., a shared drive, employee laptops, an ATS, etc.) and in different formats (.docx, .xls, .pdf, HTML, etc.) — Ongig helps you set up a “bulk fetch” to load them into a central