It can be surprising to experience how a small change in a job posting or a line of text for resume “must haves” on your website can attract better applications and more targeted resumes. Operationalizing you ideas right away with ready-made resources is the next step. Download our templates and forms and feel free to modify them for your company’s brand and purposes. Imagine having your recruiters, interviewers and managers all on the same page with finding and recognizing talent that works best for you! Inclusive, standardized and fair interviewing can become the norm across any organization; take a look at what our best practice Central Alberta employers have already done to jumpstart your own learning.
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Don’t miss out on new talent pools because you don’t know where to look! This tutorial focuses on a variety of ways Central Alberta employers find and recruit talented employees from a variety of demographics.
Looking for specific candidate attitudes can help overcome discomfort with unfamiliarity when interviewing cultures different from your own. Looking for a variety of perspectives rather than focusing first on “fit” can help interviewers focus on the actual skills of the applicants.
Central Alberta employers share their interview processes and explain how they find talented people from immigrant demographics and other talent pools.