If a company wants to hire a person for an open position at a company, they will need to learn how to place a job ad. This is especially true if the company is having a hard time finding qualified candidates in the United States and is looking to hire an immigrant worker from another country. But a company will need to learn how to place a job ad the correct way in order to comply with the rules and procedures laid out by the federal government. To hire an immigrant, a company needs to show that they tried as hard as they could to find suitable candidates in their home country. But to prove this, the company will need to post job ads across multiple channels to comply with the law. That’s where creating a proper job ad will come in handy. Here’s what goes into a job ad under the PERM requirements in order to successfully post permanent labor certification ads.
Duties and Responsibilities
Every job ad needs to list the required duties and responsibilities that go along with the position in question. The employer needs to ensure that this list is detailed and accurate, providing a full scope for potential applicants. Candidates need to know what is going to be expected from them before applying to a job. No one wants to land a job, only to find out that they signed up for something else other than what was advertised. Employers need to list all the duties and responsibilities of the job in question in order to comply with federal law. This shows that the employer accurately listed the requirements of the job, instead of misleading candidates in order to hire an immigrant from another country.
Employers also need to list how much experience a candidate needs to have in order to land a job. This helps applicants know whether or not they are qualified for the position in question. The employer should be clear about why the level of experience is required (or be able to provide supporting documentation as required). Listing the required experience in the job ad shows the federal government that the employer accurately portrayed the job in question to the public, instead of misleading certain candidates.
Employers may also list preferred experience for a job if there are other qualities the candidate needs to have. If an applicant doesn’t have some of these skills, they will still apply anyway because they are not mandatory.
Those that want to learn more about permanent labor certification ads should find an ad agency that provides these services.