Step One: Read the specific advice below
You’ve made your career page difficult for people to use. By creating something very non-descript, you might put off highly technical candidates who are very good at their job because your career page lacks information. Even if you don’t have any open vacancies, you should still have content on your careers page, perhaps a piece on why Fife Creamery is a great place to work. This will make you more attractive to high performers.
High performers want to see how their work is going to impact themselves and the business in equal measure. Start by writing out what you think are the main benefits of working at Fife Creamery, and make it specific to you. Or, survey your staff and ask them what they think is the biggest benefit to working at the company.
For example, as a headline on your career page:
“From Graeme Simpson, Managing Director: We surveyed our staff, and they said the biggest benefit to working at Fife Creamery was the culture of continuous learning. They feel it keeps them interested and challenged.”
Step Two: Reserve a free 25-minute strategy session to discuss how we can help you further
How would you like to fix these problems and take advantage of other low hanging fruit that everybody else in your marketplace is missing?
Schedule a free, no-obligation strategy session with me personally and I will walk you through a clear plan of action for solving these critical issues and growing your business.