Job Posting Frequently Asked Questions
Why don’t the Nifty50s charge for job postings like most other websites?
Because Nifty50 members pay for the privilege of contacting companies that are specifically interested in hiring older workers, we want to make certain that they have access to as many of those companies as possible and the most efficient way to accomplish that is to make it as easy as possible for companies to post job openings.
Who will see my job postings?
Your postings will be available to all Nifty50 members.
Will other companies be able to see my job postings, and will I be able to see theirs?
No. Because some companies don’t want other companies viewing their postings.
How can I search for qualified applicants through Nifty50s?
You can search for them in the same way that they can search for you. All Nifty50 members complete an applicant’s profile which includes their work experience, industry/market experience, skills, education, salary requirements (if any), geographic preferences (if any), etc.
If the job postings are free, why do I have to register?
If there are ever any questions or problems with your postings, we will need to know how to contact you.
If all I want to do is search for applicants, why do I also have to post a job opening?
We want to protect our members from any unscrupulous individuals who might want to mine our membership for their own purposes. In the final analysis, we want to ensure that our members have access to actual job openings.
If the job postings are free, how long will they remain on the Nifty50s site?
The Nifty50 members always will want to see the most current jobs available, therefore your posting will be available for 60 days. Five days before your posting will expire, you will be notified asking if you want to renew it.
How can I make certain that your applicants see my posting?
Our members are paying for access to these job openings. Numerous studies have indicated that this is a dedicated group who take their job search very seriously. In addition, members who have not visited the site in 14-days will be reminded by e-mail.
Are there any hidden fees?
All basic job postings are free. If you want to accent or enhance your positing, nominal fees may apply.
Are there any placement fees?
What’s the catch?
There is no catch. We want to help our Nifty50s find jobs and the best way for us to do that, is to have as many available jobs posted as possible.
What have I got to lose?
Nothing. You post your job openings for free. Only pre-qualified applicants will search for them. That’s it. Period.
Whether it’s the board room or the mail room, you want employees who are reliable – who’ll commit to doing something and then actually do it! And, they’ll do it without you having to hold their hands.
You want employees who are smart. Who are experienced. Who can hit the ground running. The Nifties bring that to the table… and more! They’re affordable. They’re stable. And, they’re out there. Ready, willing and able to help you grow your business, advance it to the next level and stabilize your enterprise.
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In a 2009 report on a Boston College survey of HR managers, “late-career employees were perceived most positively… with regard to having low turnover rates, having a strong work ethic, being reliable, and being loyal… in comparison to the early- and mid-career employees.”
According to a 2009 study from the Center for Work-Life Policy comparing GenY and Boomer employees, "Eighty-seven percent of Boomers rate flexible work arrangements as important. Similar numbers of Boomers prize autonomy in their work (91%). Additionally, 75 percent are motivated to work harder by having the ability to work remotely at their discretion."
According to data from the 2007 National Study of Business Strategy and Workforce Development, employers respond that is it "very true" that their older adult/late career employees have stronger professional networks (46.3%) and client networks (44.4%). Fewer than 30% of employers feel that it is very true that their younger (early and mid-career) counterparts have such networks.