You can think of a Industry Email List follow-up day. For example, the En dan je teacher initiative introduced the Hour for the class event, where those interested in reformed education were allowed to experience for an hour what it really Industry Email List is like to teach. A run-up to the actual application. maintain contact with the collected leads, even if they do not apply (in case people are triggered by your campaign concept, but do not yet come Industry Email List across the right vacancy). Employment agency Active Works! does this, for example, with a Vacancy Alert. That is also labor market communication.
Other forms of knowledge Industry Email List sharing, such as a special newsletter with trends that demonstrate your industry leadership, can keep potential employees engaged. surprise the leads that your campaign generates with a fun offline gift. For example, from YourSurprise – webshop with personalized gifts – I once Industry Email List received a coffee mug with a photo of myself and the question if I wanted to come for coffee with them. Original! 3. Open door: a user-friendly vacancy platform If people are going to poke around between the vacancies, your vacancy platform should of course be user-friendly. It is important that the online Industry Email List experience is fully tailored to the wishes of the target group.
For example, Visser & Visser Accountants Industry Email List has developed a very detailed job site in which you can see exactly what percentage of your time you spend on certain activities. And what your agenda will potentially look like - interesting for accountants -, while employment agency Actief Student opts for a to-the-point platform on which you can swipe and like vacancies. User-friendliness means something different for Industry Email List every target group. And if someone has already reached this far in the process, it would of course be a shame if this was a reason to drop out. A user-friendly vacancy platform literally forms Industry Email List an open door, directly into your company. 4. 'Frame' your vacancies Then the time has come: your potential colleague has arrived at the vacancy text.