Truth in Employment Advertising
Face it, looking for work is a difficult task and it is an employers market. Employers have countless applications for the limited number of job positions compared to a decade ago where companies were paying bounties for workers. Employers con the employees with a job description doing one thing, but they end up doing something radically different instead. My sister wanted to do graphic design, but she ended up being a warehouse worker for a yearbook publishing company and a paper cutter for a food distributor. If we want motivated workers we have to be honest with what is expected. If you want a
motivated paper cutter or a warehouse worker then state that in the beginning,
if you want the job quickly filled perhaps pay a dollar or two more than expected.
Time is indeed a precious commodity and we should not waste the time of either
party. An advertisement for a position should describe the basic schedule for a typical week on the job for the company.
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