Reviewing job postings at least once a year is a good practice. It helps us keep these up to date with all changes in internal and external environments.

Here are some points to consider for your job posting:

Company information

Update the company information section to align with your marketing campaign. Job postings are advertisements to attract suitable candidates. These should tell the candidates why you would the employer of their choice.

Job duties

Job duties for most positions need reviews from time to time. Update these at least once a year to make sure it is all current and relevant.

Skills & Experience required

You may want to review these as well once a year. These can change with a change in internal processes. Or, with the introduction of technology or another team member with specific skills.

Safety information

Many job boards ask for information on COVID safety precautions. Candidates can feel safe and confident in applying for the job.

Work from home options

Does the job offer options for remote working? This information will be crucial to attracting many candidates. It tells the candidates if the company is open to flexible arrangements.

Background check

Is it your policy to conduct a background check before offering the position? You may want to mention that in your job posting.

Drug & Alcohol test

You need to mention if the job requires a Drug & Alcohol test or a pre-joining physical fitness test. It is important to have a connection of these tests to the skills required to do the job.

Eligibility to work in Canada

You need to ask candidates if they are eligible to work in Canada. Make sure not to discriminate against candidates who hold a valid work permit.

If you need help with your job posts, please contact us for a free consultation.