A collection of articles and resources to help you get your hiring process up and running.
Easily display Wrk job posts on your Webflow site with our CMS integration
After a quick setup, you'll be able to build a custom job board in Webflow that displays your jobs from Wrk. As you add, edit, and remove jobs in Wrk, your Webflow job board will stay perfectly in sync. If you're using Webflow, there's no better way to build a custom designed careers page.
Posted by Corey Daniels on August 14, 2020
One-click distribution to We Work Remotely’s community of 2.5M job seekers
We Work Remotely has long been one of the biggest players in online job boards. With over 2.5 million monthly visitors, they're the home of the world's largest community of remote workers. The numbers don't lie, there's simply no better place to promote a remote job post than We Work Remotely. With all that considered, we have some exciting news.
Posted by Corey Daniels on July 24, 2020
How to have your job posts show up in the Google Jobs search widget
If you're a company looking to hire, having your job appear as a result of relevant searches has obvious benefits. Your position is potentially displayed to many more candidates in a way that is relevant and timely. Additionally, your job post is displayed in a very prominent location within Google search results.
Posted by Corey Daniels on May 29, 2020
Four steps to build a recruiting strategy for your startup
In a startup, strategy is everything. Teams often spend months refining a strategy around perfecting their sales processes. A ever-evolving Design strategy serves as a foundation for how users think about and interact with your product. Product strategy is ever ongoing as new features are envisioned and developed.
Posted by Corey Daniels on May 9, 2020
Five things a startup should keep in mind when hiring their first few employees
In a small company, hiring your first few employees can be terrifying. It will include some of the most important decisions you'll make as a founder but if you're deliberate in how you approach the situtation and considerate in how you think about it, you'll have a much better chance of assembling the perfect team.
Posted by Corey Daniels on May 6, 2020