It's no secret that employers often "embellish" advertisements about finding staff. Description of vacancies may not always correspond to reality and job seekers, coming to an interview for one of these ads, are disappointed.
How to correctly read the job description? What do employers actually write aboutfor phrases such as "stress-resistance", "full social package", "dynamic developing company"? About how still at the stage of finding vacancies to weed out unscrupulous employers and not to waste time on useless interviews, the Country of Soviets will tell.
Job announcements posted by employerson the job search Internet sites, as a rule, consists of several main sections: requirements for candidates, future duties, conditions offered by the company.
The description of vacancies regarding the requirements for candidates may be different. Employers usually specify the requirements forage, sex of candidates, to their work experience, professional and personal qualities. All these requirements the applicant must study very carefully and "read between the lines."
It is necessary to compare the skills and experience required from the candidate with the title of the vacancy, future responsibilities, compare the requiredage and level of the proposed position. For example, is it worth to trust an employer who is ready to take on the position of head of a department or project of a candidate younger than 20 years without work experience? Quite often such a description of vacancies is supplemented by impressive salary and impressive "bonuses".
"I need a worker: a cook, a groom and a carpenter. And where can I find such a minister is not too expensive? "- this line from the well-known Pushkin fairy tale best describes some modern employers.If the list of requirements for the candidate is too large and does not match the job title mentioned in the title of the vacancy, it is possible that the employer is looking for an employee" two in one "or even" three in one. "Whether it is worth taking on such a job, each competitor chooses himself.
Requirements to the personal qualities of candidates in the description of vacancies are encountered more often. Some employers want to see "executive""Punctual" and "responsible" candidates, others require "creativity", "purposefulness", "ambitiousness." The competitor should be aware of the conformity of these qualities of office. Why, for example, the accountant creativity?
Almost everyone who has ever looked for work has heard about the notorious "stress-resistance". Under this beautiful term, employers andHR-managers can mean different things, from readiness to work in emergency mode, overtime to readiness to listen to complaints of dissatisfied customers, cries of superiors, etc.
The description of the conditions offered by the company in the description of vacancies is another "underwater stone". The competitor should be wary of too little, too much salary, and too wide a range of salaries (for example, the upper and lower bounds of wages differ at times).
The magic phrase "up to ... rub.", Where "..."Is an impressive amount, it is needed only to attract the attention of candidates. The key word in this phrase is "before". The newcomer will most likely be offered a minimum of possible salaries and this should be prepared.
"Registration for TC", "paid leave", ""Timely payments" - such phrases as many employers recognize, are really considered candidates as an advantage. Sometimes these "advantages" in the description of vacancies are indicated as part of the "social package".
However, in fact, compliance with the norms of the labor code when employing a job is a prerequisite. A Social package - this is some additional benefits for employees of the company, for example, health insurance, compensationexpenses for food and transport, etc. If the company does offer a specific social package, the description of the vacancy details its "contents".
Announcements about the search for personnel and description of vacancies, as a rule, are professional HR-managers. Their task is to attract as many people as possiblecandidates. Therefore, beautiful words like "close-knit collective", "dynamically developing company" or "opportunities for professional and career growth" - often just a trick designed for not too experienced applicants.
Be vigilant when looking for work!