Transform your business and professional services recruitment today.
In an industry with both the second highest rate of worker turnover (more than even food services) and the second highest rate of job openings, hiring challenges are more formidable than ever. Are you ready to find and attract the great talent you want? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the business and professional services industry has a job openings rate of 4.4 (compared to an average of 3.0) and a churn rate of 10.3 (compared to an average of 6.6). That means that recruiters in this sector not only need to hire more new employees, but also that they need to make a significant number of replacement hires.
Job openings in the Business and Professional Services industries include job titles such as:
- Secretary, executive assistant, and other administrative and support services
- Attorney, Paralegal Assistant and other Legal Services
- Accountant, bookkeeper, tax preparation and payroll services
- Architect, engineer, and related services
- Graphic designer, IT, computer systems designer and related services
- Manager, scientist, and technical consulting services
- Research and development services
- Marketer, publicist, and other advertising and related services
- Waste management and remediation services
- Financial manager
- General manager
- Operation manager
- Office supervisor
- Office manager
- Other professional, scientific, and technical services
Whether you’re looking to hire an office clerk, social media manager or team manager, writing the perfect job description will increase your chances of finding the best job candidate for your position, and will give potential hires a clear picture of your company’s expectations.
A bad hire costs money and resources to your company. Make sure you also describe your company’s culture in your job description or give an answer to the question on most job applicants’ minds: “What’s it like to work at this company?” This way, you attract job candidates that resonate with your company culture and match the qualifications you described thoroughly on that job description. A qualified candidate that fits your organization’s lifestyle will not only perform well his/her job duties and responsibilities, but will be less likely to leave the company before reaching their full potential.
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