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Category: Candidate Experience
The digital-age is upon us and jobseekers are making their voices heard. When it comes to the recruiting process, candidates prefer a digital approach and if your company isn’t on board with this trend, you run the risk of missing out on top talent.
In a previous post, we discussed that when companies value and actively cultivate high employee morale, they tend to outperform their competition by 20%. Today, we’ll offer several tips and strategies on how to improve employee morale and candidate experience in your organization by first getting to know your candidates and employees better.
While technology has been disrupting almost every aspect of the way we work, one thing remains clear: It’s helping workers do their jobs faster. And when it comes to recruiting, the time saved due to technology is benefiting both recruiters and jobseekers. However, technology isn’t fully taking over just yet.
Lack of communication? Inaccurate job descriptions? Long response times? These topics are always frequently named when talking about improving the candidate experience, but what, exactly, is the most frustrating thing jobseekers cite about the recruiting process? The answer may or may not surprise you.
When I talk to HR leaders, they often mention how frustrated their employees are by how difficult it is to get timely answers to simple questions about corporate policies, benefits, workplace amenities, and other everyday issues.
In part one, we looked at what continuous candidate engagement (CCE) is and why it’s so important to focus on in the recruiting process. Here, we’ll look at how to use artificial intelligence (AI) and other technological tools to help recruiters provide CCE in your company.
The employment landscape has changed drastically over the years, and with new and improved technologies coming into the market, hiring and recruiting will continue to change. What better time to start rethinking your talent acquisition strategies than the present!
With unemployment low and turnover high, employers are looking for ways to improve employee retention. One thing employers can do is to focus on the employee experience.
As companies struggle to attract and retain workers, many are forced to turn to new hiring and recruiting strategies to stand out among their competitors. And while some methods aren’t exactly “reinventing the wheel,” one strategy that ALL employers should be focusing on is the candidate experience.