When it comes to seasonal jobs, there are two main seasons – summer and winter. And within both of those there are short, typical and long seasons.
To be more successful at attracting qualified talent, helping them succeed and enjoy their season, and hopefully creating an experience they’ll want to return to, employers should strive to engage their current and prospective staff on a personal level at every step of the seasonal employment life-cycle.
Regardless of your industry, now is the time to evaluate your entire employee experience to maximize the return on long-term investments needed to acquire great new talent.
Is that a Job Description you’re about to post as a Job Ad?
Wait – there’s a big difference!
Think of your advertising as the vehicle you count on – day in and day out – to deliver your message to job seekers. Regular tune-ups will bring power and efficiency back to your recruiting messages.
Great photos can help you capture the magic and fun of working a season at your great place, help you bring in more superstar applicants next year, and build your property’s visual culture content library. It’s a worthy endeavor that pays off!
Let’s revisit and rethink some of the application questions you’re asking applicants. Are you asking for trouble?
In this post, we’ll look at three helpful tools to keep your head on straight as you step into your spotlight. It’s nearly time for your staff to arrive – this is the moment you’ve been working towards across your recruiting season – and you are gonna rock it.
Working in retirement can keep you engaged in a community, give you new challenges and adventures to tackle, and—oh, yes—earn you some dough.