Category Archives: Job Description
In the horse industry, the most well-known, and possibly most important job is that of horse trainer. These trained professionals ready horses for basic saddle riding to racing or high-level competitive jumping. Typically, horse trainers are very knowledgeable about the equine industry, riding, and horses in general.
Because horse training is one of the most coveted [...]
Written job descriptions for horse jobs- don’t leave home without one! It’s just as easy to feel good about an employer and be optimistic about the relationship as it is for an employer to feel good about a job applicant and be optimistic about hiring. All this good feeling can lead to one [...]
You have probably heard it said that every time you ride a horse you are training that horse for better or for worse. A similar thing can be said about your relationship with your employer. Every time you interact with your employer, you are training your employer about what you [...]
When you advertise for help, job seekers will screen your ads. They will search your ads for reasons not to spend the time and effort to contact you. In general, the more information you provide in your ad, the greater the chance that a job seeker will find some reason [...]
Both job seekers and employers ask “Do I need an employment contract for my next horse job or employee?” Usually this question comes up right after a bad experience with an employer or employee. When things don’t go well, we naturally ask, “How can I avoid this situation in the future?”
We live in [...]