Did you know that both of the 'TIQUE team members have backgrounds in recruitment and Human Resources? These templates have been created utilizing the best practices of talent attraction and organizational development.
By showcasing your company's attributes and the highlights of working within the travel industry through a professional job posting, you are immediately creating credibility with your potential applicants.
All of our job postings have templates for hiring new or experienced travel agents.
The documents are easily editable to match each company's own requirements and needs.
There are two types of job postings included in the bundle. One is a longer format, which is perfect for an internat job site (Monster, Indeed, etc.). There is also a shorter job posting that is perfect for boosted posts on Facebook or Instagram.
A job description is the official document that outlines the role and the organizational structure. This can be used as a document that the new hire signs in understanding their responsibilities with the company.
A job posting includes certain aspects of the job, but has been converted to be more marketing focused. This is enhanced with company information to attract talent.
The Expectations Agreement is based on the organizational philosophy and outlines how the agency would like the employee to perform. The Expectations Agreement may not be used by all companies, but it could be a useful tool to set the tone of what the company does expect to maintain a consistent level of service (particularly if there are multiple advisors under one brand).
An Independent Contractor contract is a legally binding document that covers the mutual relationship between the two parties. This is not included in this bundle, since every contract should be created by a lawyer for each specific agency.
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