Showcase Your Company’s Culture With The Good Jobs

April 21, 2015

4:00 pm

Are you frustrated seeing the same type of job applicants every time your company has a job opening? Maybe your job posting isn’t saying the right things.

Instead of only focusing on your company’s needs, try featuring what you can provide applicants, as well. With The Good Jobs, it’s easier than ever to showcase what makes your business a great place to work.

How The Good Jobs Works

The Good Jobs focuses on why someone wants to work for your company. Instead of limiting job postings to skill and location matches, The Good Jobs helps employers find the right cultural match by using badges that attract competitive job seekers.

Display the badges in job postings, on your company’s website and social media pages, and in emails that go to customers and potential employees. Badge categories include fun, extreme perks, corporate responsibility, flextime, green DNA, inclusion, and career development.

The Good Jobs offers three different solutions that range from a self-service culture audit to a culture recruiting marketing package.

For employers: Top candidates are motivated by more than just a paycheck. Employers that offer perks and the right cultural fit attract the best employees.

The Good Jobs helps companies struggling to define their culture. First, employers take a quiz to determine their culture. Next, they apply for badges.

To apply for badges, employers answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions. The Good Jobs awards badges on a curve so large businesses and small businesses are not expected to provide the same things to qualify for badges.

For job seekers: People want to work for a company with values similar to their own. The Good Jobs allows job seekers the opportunity to learn what is important to the company before applying.

Job seekers take the culture quiz and choose seven things they find important from the list of statements The Good Jobs provides. Next, job seekers create a free account to unlock what categories are most important to them in their job search. From there, they can look through the list of The Good Jobs customers and find which businesses would be the best cultural fit for them.

Pros of The Good Jobs:

  • Helps attract top talent.
  • Has culture quizzes for both employers and job seekers.
  • Can showcase your company’s cultures no matter how small your business is.

Cons of The Good Jobs:

  • Pricing starts at $65 per month.
  • Need to create an account to view culture quiz results.

To learn more about The Good Jobs, visit


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Heather R. Huhman is a career expert, experienced hiring manager, and founder & president of Come Recommended, a content marketing and digital PR consultancy for job search and human resources technologies. She is also the author of Lies, Damned Lies & Internships (2011) and #ENTRYLEVELtweet: Taking Your Career from Classroom to Cubicle (2010). Find Heather on Google+.

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