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Increase your application ow during COVID-19 Write more eective job postings with these tips Here's how to write your best job description: Your job description is the irst step to inding the workers you need. Now, more than ever, it's important to present your open position in the best way possible and address workers' safety concerns. Use this guide to help you write an eective job posting in today's environment. Now that your best job description is ready to go, post it on Snagajob to get the hourly workers you need. Post a job today © Snagajob.com, Inc. Snagajob® and PeopleMatter® are registered trademarks of Snagajob.com, Inc. Other trademarks herein are the property of their respective owners. Location Give the most speciic location possible so job seekers can see what their commute will be. If you can't use an address, a zip code will work. Keep it simple Job seekers consider ease of use a top factor. Make sure your application is straightforward. 70% of workers say one-click apply is a key feature when deciding where to look for jobs. Description Tell workers what they'll be doing if they're hired. Include main tasks and skills—use bullet points to make it easy to scan. Wage Give the details on the hourly rate and the shifts you're looking to ill, so workers can quickly decide if they really want to pursue your job. "Cashier" was searched almost 5x more than the generic "Team Member" job title. Be speciic and avoid misleading titles. Use the same everyday terms that workers use. Title Respond quickly Accepting applications but not reviewing them aects the integrity of your brand. Even if you can't oer a position, workers want to hear back. Snagajob recommends replying to applicants within 48 hours. Think mobile Make sure your post is short and concise so it's easily seen on a mobile device. Limit the use of block text. 90% of job seekers use a smartphone to nd work. Safety Reassure applicants that you're doing everything to keep them safe—include information on safety enhancements like protective gear, sanitization, contactless services and social distancing. 64% of workers are nervous to go into work because of potential COVID-19 exposure. Always include any requirements that immediately qualify or disqualify a worker (like minimum age, education level, etc.). Qualiications

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