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Chilli Factor Recruitment Software
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To attract quality applications you need to promote the job opportunity where your target audience hangs out.

This guide helps you consider who your target audience is and where they might be hanging out - offline and online.

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Are you struggling to attract good job applicants? Here's 6 tips on how to write compelling job adverts...

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By not including selling points in your job advert, you won’t address what’s important to your target audience and you’re less likely to convert them into an applicant. 

Here's 10 steps to identify the job's selling points. (The WIIFM!)

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Countdown has a part time Customer Care Representative opportunity.
Based in Manukau, Auckland. Apply today at: https://recruit.chillifactor.co.nz/jobs/view/97

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The Generalist PR has part time sales staff opportunities nationwide to demonstrate and sell Electrolux vacuums in retail stores. Competitive hourly rate and Reward system for product sales. Apply today at: https://recruit.chillifactor.co.nz/jobs/view/98

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12 steps to Hot Recruitment Results
Learn how here > http://chillifactor.co.nz/12-steps-to-hot-recruitment-results-2604/
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Do you know any Business Development Managers looking for a change? Make their day and share this interesting opportunity with them...

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Know any PR Superstars? barepr - the organic ecofriendly pr company - is experiencing exciting growth and is looking for a PR Health and Food Account Manager to join their team of fun, friendly and talented PR chicks! If you have, or know anyone with 2 - 3 years pr, promotions, marketing or journalism experience with an interest in natural health and food - check out this hot opportunity today!

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Talent skill shortage is on the rise. What's your strategy to retain your talent?

With a predicted NZ average pay increase of 3% for 2013, the anticipated increased talent threat from Asia's high growth market and Australia may become more apparent in 2013.  (see NZH -http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10862223)

If you can't compete salary wise to retain talent, what else can you do to meet employee value expectations. Do you know what's important to your performing staff? Do you know how engaged they genuinely are in their job?

Don't have a strategy? Consider this:  what is the cost to your business without this expertise? Without it - how will you continue to sustain your business and grow it?

Motivated yet?

Get started on your strategy now and start asking questions. Don't assume, do your research - ask your employees  'what's important' to them. When you truely understand 'what's important' - especially to your performers, you'll be in a much stronger position to match their expectations and brick-wall them from your competitors.
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