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PRIDESTAFF presents Innovations
November 2011
Hi Todd,

Creating job descriptions can be one of those "hand-it-off" tasks within an organization. No one really likes writing them, and you usually don't need them until someone leaves.

But writing effective job descriptions can help you soar above the competition. When done properly, your descriptions will seem irresistible to top talent.

It's not hard to write irresistible job descriptions. Learn more in this month's Innovations.

Best regards,

Alisa Torlai
PrideStaff - Modesto
www.pridestaff.com
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BEST PRACTICES

A Job Posting is Like a Chocolate Bar
A Job Posting is Like a Chocolate Bar
Did you ever feel like you "had" to buy something in the grocery store? Maybe it was a bag of chips, or some cookies. What made you "have" to have that item? Sometimes it's hard to put your finger on it, but you just "had" to have it.

Your job postings can (and should) be like those chips or cookies, making them irresistible for top quality candidates. In this month's Best Practice, we'll share some tips for creating compelling job postings that are irresistible magnets for talent.
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INNOVATIVE IDEAS

Motivation, Commitment and Engagement
Motivation, Commitment and Engagement
When talking about employee retention and productivity, "motivation," "commitment," and "engagement" are popular buzzwords that are frequently thrown around. But what do they really mean for your organization?

In this month's Innovative Idea, we'll take an academic look at the intrinsic differences between the three, and how they can impact your business.
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