I believe that a company's job application should reflect its core values. An applicant may be qualified, but if she doesn't share the same core values as the organization, then it's simply not a good fit. That's why I think a standard application is junk - unless of course your business is stiff and boring. Sure there is a lot of legal trash you've got to have in there to protect your business and reduce exposure to litigation, but that's what the fine print is for.
Behold, here's my company's spankin' new job application that I've designed (with a little help from Sell!Sell!) to reflect the core values of my organization.
If you don't like it, tell me why. I like it because it's fun. One thing I've got to say about management is this:
"If you're not having fun, you're doing it wrong."
6/28/2012 11:25:44 pm
Nice blog about the job application. I really appreciate the blog writing. Thanks for the wonderful post.
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Paul Hill, Ph.D.
I design, plan, and evaluate economic development programs for Utah State University.
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