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Recruitment: How to Pick the Right Person, part 2

In part one of this series, we looked at the importance of a high-quality job description and carefully defined job requirements. In this second and last part, you will learn how you can use those two modules to enhance the efficiency of your recruitment efforts. 3. The job ad: Steps one and two are the foundation upon which you build your job ad. Treat the composition of your job ad with as much care: A good job ad attracts the right people while discouraging the wrong ones.
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