HOW TO POST AN AD THAT WILL GENERATE INTEREST
Posted on Wednesday, September 2, 2020 by Alan TEST — No comments
In the pizza world everyone seems to be always in a hurry (After all it only takes 90 seconds to cook a Neapolitan pizza!) and this reflects on the type of ads we see in forums and Facebook groups: short and lacking information.
To attract candidates you must be more specific when posting an ad. This will take a little more time at the beginning, but will save you a lot of time afterwards, by reducing the number of candidates that will contact you for clarifications and making your ad more targeted. In other words you will get fewer applications, but they will be more relevant. Also, once you have taken the time to write a good ad you can save it and use it in the future.
We find that nowadays candidates prize a good salary, some degree of autonomy but also the chance to contribute to the success of your business.
1. General description
- Type of business
- Type of clientele
- Pizza Style
- Oven type
- How many pizzas do you do week days and weekends
- Dough (is there any flexibility, can pizzaioli use their own?)
- Is your business well rated on TripAdvisor, add a link
- Gross. Either hourly or yearly. If possible work out what the net figure will be (you can find online calculators for this, or just check your past payslips for a similar position).
- Are there any tips or tronc?
- Any bonus?
- You may want to state the obvious ones like holidays & company pensions but
- Put a lot of emphasis on benefits that are out of the ordinary: unlimited holidays, paid off day for your birthday, paid off day to do charity work
- Career progression
5. Town info (if not a main city)
- Living costs
- Life outside work