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Advertising a job vacancy.

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When advertising a job vacancy, the business must ensure that all information is detailed and accurate. When advertising a job, Carlisles Fresh Foods must ensure that all the necessary information is given and all then information given is correct. Job advertisements are an important stage in the recruitment process. Carlisles Fresh Foods is able to communicate job vacancies to the public through this method. Usually, the personnel department of a business writes the job advertisements. The nature of the advertisement will depend on two main factors: - > Who the target audience is - the potential employees > Where the advert will be placed All job advertisements should include the following information: - > Job title: - this should be the main heading of the advert, perhaps highlighted in some way. ...read more.

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> Experience: - If experience is necessary, this should appear clearly on the advertisement. This should be quantified, as it will have a bearing on the expected salary level for the job. > Fringe benefits: - The advertiser may wish to include details on fringe benefits. For example, they may wish to mention, a company car, health insurance scheme, etc. For Carlisles Fresh foods, the fringe benefit is that the staff gets money back on whatever they spend in the store, Staff Loyalty. > Organisational identity: - This may be in the form of a logo or slogan. Job advertisements aim at receiving applications form people who feel that they can do the job, although, they also try to discourage applications from those people who do not have the correct qualities for the job. ...read more.

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When Carlisles Fresh Foods requires new staff, the personnel department must coheres with management and decide exactly what type of person they need for the job. They must then decide how they advertise the vacancy. As Carlisles Fresh Foods is a medium sized business, they would only place advertisement for job vacancies in local papers, e.g. Down Recorder, Mourne Observer, etc. When advertising a job vacancy, Carlisle Fresh foods must ensure that they use the most effective media. When they have decided how and where to advertise the vacancy, they must then come to a decision about when the advertisement should be placed in the newspapers. Carlisles Fresh Foods must ensure that they leave enough time for the applicants to apply. The job advertisement must state the closing date. The advertising process must be carefully planned out in order to make it a success. Advertising Job Vacancies ...read more.

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