The web offers a range of resources to help you build job descriptions, recruit, and more.
Check the web if you’re looking for help in building job descriptions, finding candidates, assessing their viability, skills testing, benchmarking salaries, and more. Here are just a few examples of what you can find:
- Job description templates. Monster.com offers a bank of hundreds of job description templates.
- Recruiting strategies. Consider those outlined in 6 Ways to Recruit Superstar Talent to Your New Company.
- Salary stats. The salary index maintained by Glassdoor, which it says “has the world’s most complete data on real employees’ salaries.”
- Skills testing. This is the most straightforward type of test: a check of whether applicants can complete the work they’re being hired to do. TestUP offers more than 200 aptitude tests.
- Situational Judgment Tests. These multiple-choice tests provide options for responses to situations that can arise in the workplace. The answers chosen may offer clues to the test-taker’s numerical, verbal, and situational reasoning abilities.
To learn more about the online resources, you can use to build the best team for your organization, read the first in our series of Connections to Growth: Team guides, Putting the Right Team in Place.