"Managing 100s of job descriptions in Word is impossible!" (You - maybe)

I'm not going to lie - it is difficult - but not impossible. Get my guide on how to successfully manage 100s of JDs in Word/SharePoint.

You feel the weight crushing you… the gravity of your job catalog growing old and becoming more inaccurate by the day…

You’d rather chew glass than spend the hours it will take to update those jobs…

Ok… maybe I’m overdramatizing this a bit.

But you do need a better way to manage that JD catalog so you can:

  • Keep JDs up to date so you can accurately benchmark jobs to surveys

  • Have your TA team hunt for the right candidates

  • Not hire and onboard unqualified talent

So, I wrote this step-by-step guide on how you can achieve success managing 100s of jobs with Word & SharePoint/OneDrive.

How do I know this works?

This is the same process we used to build Mosh JD to save comp & HR teams hundreds of hours on JD management.

In the guide you get actionable steps to…

  • Establish a centralized database w/permission controls

  • Create job description templates for consistent JD architecture in Word

  • Use Word & SharePoint to gain internal feedback for approval

  • Establish version controls & change audit history

This process will cut your time managing JDs in half, and hopefully, be better than chewing on glass.

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