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75 Job Posting Sites For Your Next Hire

HR & Recruiting

There are seemingly endless ways to post a job online. It’s important to find the one that fits your industry so you can be sure you are getting the right applicants. With the average interview process taking more than 22 days on average, you don’t have time to waste. Knowing how to write a job description is only half the battle — making sure the right people see what you've written is a must. We’ve put together 75 of the best job posting sites to help you get the right applicant for your position.

How to Write Great Job Descriptions: 15 Science-Backed Tips

HR & Recruiting

Whether your company needs to fill a new position or replace an existing employee, it is incredibly important to have the right job description to attract the talent you want.  

Crafting that description is not an easy thing to do, especially considering that 63% of all new job openings in 2016 came from the creation of new positions.  So, how do you create a compelling and effective job description?

How Do Your Employees Feel About Their Jobs?

HR & Recruiting

An HR professional’s role in a company cannot be understated.

Aside from the hiring, training and payroll aspects of the job, the human resource department plays a direct role in the overall happiness of employees. This happiness can have direct financial implications for a company’s success as well as the health of the US job landscape. In one Gallup study, unhappy workers were found to cost the US between $450-550 billion in lost productivity.

Apart from financial ramifications, studies have shown that being unhappy at work can lead to a myriad of health issues, including loss of sleep, unhealthy weight gain, lowered immune systems, and can even ruin relationships.

The Most Dangerous Jobs in the U.S.

HR & Recruiting

No matter who you are or what kind of work you do, you want to be safe while on the job. From agriculture to education, medical care to construction, there are risks, and it’s a good idea to understand what they are before accepting that new position.

Every year, the U.S. Bureau Of Labor Statistics (BLS) compiles a list of workplace injuries, illnesses, and incidence rates. Here's a look at the industries and jobs that top the list for 2015.