How to better understand what candidates are looking for
How best to communicate with jobseekers every step of the way
Explore ways to enhance candidate communication, speed up screening and interviewing, and differentiate through positive experiences
In today’s highly competitive hiring climate, candidate experience is one of the most important components of a successful talent acquisition function. Job candidate expectations of their potential employers are growing, especially when it comes to the interview process. With more employers realizing the importance of providing positive candidate experience, employers need to better understand what candidates are looking for and how best to communicate with jobseekers every step of the way. Join us for a webcast featuring Elaine Orler, chairman and co-founder of Talent Board, founding organization of the Candidate Experience (CandE) Awards, to learn more about candidate communication and creating interactions that matter.
Sharing results from the fifth annual Candidate Experience Research report, Orler will discuss tangible ways that employers can improve processes. Orler will explore ways to enhance candidate communication, speed up screening and interviewing, and differentiate through positive experiences. Webcast attendees will take away actionable insights based on the talent acquisition practices of recent CandE Winners and learn more about innovative methods for meeting candidate expectations throughout the process.
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