Whether you’re new to recruiting or bring years of experience to the table, you know that the candidate experience is important. Candidate impressions not only influence whether the candidate decides to take the job, it can also impact the company’s brand, which in turn can help or hurt the company’s bottom-line.
In my experience, organizations are always looking for tips and resources to improve their candidate experience. Sometimes it’s new ideas they haven’t tried. In other cases, it’s old ideas that they forgot worked. Here are seven articles that might spark some creative inspiration.
Recruiting strategies can help your business succeed so choosing the right strategy is important. Here are 5 recruiting strategies to consider.
A job candidate may give recruiters their work email. Is it okay to contact them there? Several recruiters tell us how to handle candidate work emails.
The hiring process can be overwhelming for many managers. Read this list of 3 strategies to find the right talent and make hiring easier.
Biases can prevent hiring managers from focusing on the true candidate. Awareness of biases can help. Here are the 10 most common recruiting biases.
Social media background checks have become a regular part of recruiting. Attorney Heather Bussing shares her thoughts on using social media this way.
Candidate experience can be improved by engaging job candidates during the silent period – those periods when they don’t hear from you. Here are some solutions.
Onboarding is the foundation of employee engagement. Be strategic in your onboarding process following these 4 trends that engage new hires.
Recruiting teams need to be prepared for a challenging 2020. It’s still a candidate’s market. The good news is that organizations can continue to improve the candidate experience in ways that cost very little. Those activities can make a big difference in attracting the right talent.
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