In the midst of the current coronavirus crisis, all of us are facing much uncertainty. Developments are fast-paced; projections are constantly changing and cover a wide spectrum of best- and worst-case scenarios. The best we can do is to take everything one day at a time. Planning and communication…
Moving across the country for a new job in a great place is undoubtedly exciting, but it’s also daunting and intimidating. For first-time seasonal workers, taking this step is a huge life decision, one that they’re likely to second-guess many times before they actually pack their bags. If you…
– Employees are your first guests. Talk to them that way.
– Go beyond the “what” – communicate the “why.”
– Always Be Authentic.
One of the questions we’re most frequently asked by retirees considering seasonal jobs is “Will Employers Actually Consider Me?”. Would it surprise you to know that over 30% of the job seekers who use CoolWorks.com as a seasonal job-hunting resource are in this retiree demographic? Aren’t you happy you…
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.