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New eBook! 7 Signs It’s Time to Reinvent Your Dealership's Career Site

Posted by James Patrick Kahler on February 16, 2016

7_signs_career_site_mini_ebook.pngCould’ve, would’ve, should’ve. That’s exactly what you don’t want to say when reflecting upon anything in life, whether it’s because of work or personal reasons. No one prefers to be behind the curve or outdated, so why do people still let it happen?

Great thinkers and leaders know when it’s time for a change. Think about how Steve Jobs took Apple from a drifting electrionics company to one of the most successful companies in the world—he reinvented Apple’s overall direction and approach to innovation. While that’s not easy to replicate, simple changes can have a huge impact on your business. 

Like wearing a sky blue suit and pirate shirt to a wedding, having an outdated career site is ugly and makes your dealership appear unappealing to job seekers. In order to avoid such as disaster, self-evaluation and willingness to change is essential.

Our new eBook, 7 Signs It’s Time to Reinvent Your Career Site, will help you evaluate your dealership’s careers page and discover whether or not it needs an update. This quick read will also give you tips on what you might be doing right or wrong with your site, and therefore give you the edge needed to attract better candidates for your open positions.

Key Takeaways

Here are a few things you’ll learn from reading this eBook:

  • The importance of having an updated career site
  • Seven reasons why you might have an outdated site & how to resolve them
  • Ways to attract qualified millennial applicants to your jobs
  • How to get career site consultation

Don’t let your dealership be the ugly duckling of employment branding. Get ahead of your competition and discover how to boost your career site by downloading the complimentary eBook below.  

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James Patrick Kahler

About the Author

James Patrick Kahler is Hireology’s Copywriter & Content Specialist. He is a graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and has over four years of professional experience writing for various industries. Outside of the office (and sometimes inside), he has a passion for comedy, advertising and his Cleveland sports teams…all of them.