Your Job Ad: The Start of a Great Hiring Experience

Jared Spool

May 13th, 2017

In this week’s article I share how to hire the best and brightest designers you can.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:

For most organizations, hiring falls under what we’d call unintentional design. People in distant parts of the organization who have nothing to do with the new position are the ones who create the hiring procedures. They create standard ad templates, not because that’s the best way to attract top talent, but because it makes processing the paperwork faster. They assume everyone knows why they’d want to join the company, so why go to any effort to make it easy for the candidate?

We need to take control, break the rules, and design the hiring experience we want. The job ad is the first impression of your organization and your work. Let’s use our design skills and make it an intentional experience.

Read the article: Your Job Ad: The Start of a Great Hiring Experience

Have you had success hiring designers in your organization? Comment below, we’d love to hear your answers.

One Response to “Your Job Ad: The Start of a Great Hiring Experience”

  1. Dave Levin Says:

    Fascinating piece. My company builds career sites which wrap around the job ads that our clients write.

    I’m thinking of sharing this post with each and every one of them.

    -Dave

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