Older and Bolder
Retired Brains: A job and information source for boomers, retirees and people planning their retirement.
Your recruiting materials should describe your staffing needs, requirements, and expectations. Equally important, it should illustrate what the job seeker can expect from the experience. One of the top questions a job seeker has while reading your Profile is: What’s it like to work and live there?
Take just a little time to refresh yourself and your energies and your intentions. Come back to center and try to remember a few of the good things you bring to the table, for the benefit and enjoyment of you, and all your people.
In this post we bring you our unwavering belief in your ability to
kick butt as well as an energetic shot of fun and inspiration.
Here are some ideas for how to craft a creative and attractive job listing title.
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.
Job Seekers Guide
If there is any desire to work with children in your heart, then don’t pass up the opportunity to go to CAMP! Don’t just sit at home this summer – look for a camp that interests you, and get ready for a summer of significance!
What’s the value proposition of a good hire for a seasonal employer? Getting through the season? Grabbing the best of each seasonal crop for the next season? Grooming the best of the best for greater things for your organization, the region and beyond?