Career Site Audit Checklist
Career Site Audit Checklist

Career Site Audit Checklist

Make Sure Your Jobs Listings Attract Top Talent

Is your career site turning candidates away? Your brand is under intense scrutiny every day. Candidates are combing through your website to learn more about you and determine whether or not they want to try and snag a job. They’re also browsing review sites to see what others have to say about your organization’s culture, compensation and career opportunities.

If they like what they see, there’s a good chance they’ll visit the jobs listings on your careers page. But what will they find? With hundreds of potential job applicants visiting your careers page each day, it’s vital to create a positive perception of your brand.

In addition to thorough job descriptions for all the available positions, the careers page is a great place to talk about your organization’s philanthropic programs and your relationship with the community. Perhaps feature a few testimonials from current employees discussing why they enjoy the workplace. After all, a good job is more than just daily assignments, and candidates want to get a grasp on everything your company has to offer.

Use this handy checklist to ensure your careers site is updated and attracting quality candidates.

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