In a packed and attentive session at RecruitCon 2018, Susan Vitale, Chief Marketing Officer at iCIMS Inc., offered a series of best practices for recruiters. BLR’s RecruitCon 2018 was held recently in Nashville.
Tag: Candidate Experience
First impressions matter, and the biggest mistake hiring managers can make is to ignore the importance of how they recruit. In today’s world of social media and company review sites, if even just one candidate has a bad experience (during any point in his or her hiring process), the world can hear about it. And […]
RecruitCon 2018 has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun stops! This article takes a look back at the top Tweets from RecruitCon 2018. Major recurring themes from this year’s event include: video job descriptions, candidate experience, social media recruiting, and much more!
No one wants to go through all of the time, money, and effort required to recruit a good candidate only to have that person drop out at some point in the process because of something that could have been prevented. Thankfully, there are a lot of proactive things that recruiters and hiring teams can do […]
A recent study from CareerBuilder, a provider of human capital solutions, sheds some light on where the candidate experience tends to turn negative.
Yesterday we looked at an infographic outlining the real and considerable costs of a bad reputation. Today we’ll look at what you can do to help.
A recent survey confirms what employer brand advocates have been preaching for years: Employer brand and consumer brand are intertwined, for better or worse.
ManpowerGroup Solutions has released a report, “Making the Connection: Best Practices in Candidate Experience,” based on research into candidate preferences, behaviors, and motivators. The report finds one in three prospective employees wants to receive more detailed information—not only about the specific job opportunity, but about the company itself—as well as more frequent, human connection. The […]
A recent survey states that the majority of Americans would not want to work at a company if that company has a bad reputation. Interestingly, nearly 20% more women would refuse to work at such a job than men! According to a recent survey by CR Magazine and Cielo Talent, 86% of America’s females do […]
In yesterday’s Advisor, we presented the first three facts about the candidate experience that employers should heed; today, the rest of the facts from CareerBuilder’s study—including how good branding to candidates can pay off in the end.