The first look a candidate has into your organization is your advertisement for an open position. Most companies use the job description for the vacancy to create the ad. The description outlines what is needed to perform the work — such as skills, experience, and qualifications. It also provides insight into where the company’s priorities lie. If the job description is too lengthy, you might surmise the company has a micromanagement vibe. If it’s too vague, job seekers may wonder if their duties are predetermined or come what may.

Approximately 1/3 of new hires quit their job within the first

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