Higher offers a career page where it is easy and convenient to find available jobs. You immediately get an overview of information about the vacant position. After that, we have made it easy to find the application process and complete it in a flow without interruption! Here you will also find sections where you can enter essential information such as employee benefits, presentation of the team and more information about being a company. All the information a candidate could conceivably want when applying for a job with you.
To think about a career page
A career page is primarily where you list vacancies that your company has advertised and the main goal of that page should be to convert candidates to apply for a job with you. If you start from that aspect, you can see which other parts you want to be on such a page.
In addition to concrete offers, the career page is a good opportunity to reach out to specific target groups depending on what you are looking for. Who will work at the company, is it anyone or someone specific you wish to attract? If the message is clear to the chosen target group, the probability is high that they will feel prompted to submit an application. Therefore, consider the importance of adaptation to the target group when it comes to choosing language, content and visual layout.
What does your workplace offer?
It can be considered a generational issue, but it always becomes more important, the younger our new colleagues become, that an employer knows what the candidate is offered in return for the job they perform. It is the imagination that sets the limits, but simply described, it can be about everything from insurance employees can get through their employer, healthy employment conditions, pleasant working environment, flexible working hours, opportunity for skills development and benefits such as salary and health care allowance. Clarifying these offers makes it easy for a candidate to determine whether the criteria sufficiently match their own requirements in a new potential workplace. The higher the competition in a specific industry, the more important these offers become.