posted at 23:50
Author: Jason Abbruzzese
4 messages that job postings send talent by mistake
The answers, which Kissane logged in Storify, were insightful and addressed quite a few topics. Some of these things employers may be communicating on purpose. Good help can be hard to find, but implying that a job requires 80-hour weeks can spook talent. "We're looking for bros that like to rage". Again, you probably aren't saying this on purpose. And potential applicants are reading into your words to get an idea of the internal culture. Business is competitive, but try not to sound like you're going to get ahead by any means necessary. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments.

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