Critical moves you need to make to effectively connect with your candidates
How to recruit candidates in the way they want to be recruited
Your talent prospects know where to go when they want to learn about you. It's not your website anymore. They're visiting Glassdoor and Linkedin to see what their peers have to say about your culture, before you ever get a chance to position it. Plus, they're doing this on the go--accessing these social portals through mobile phones and tablets 24/7. Retailers call this trend "omnichannel," and they've learned that if it's not easy for customers to access their goods and services through a multitude of platforms and interfaces, they're not going to buy.
The same is happening for the candidates of today. We're never going back to an era where you are the only voice whispering in a candidate's ear. There was a time when employers thought this trend might pass, but mobile and social are here to stay, making candidate engagement and employer brand more important than ever.
Technology that is built to recruit in an omnichannel world, with simple usability across social and mobile platforms--far beyond the traditional Careers site “hub” that candidates increasingly bypass anyway – is a requirement. And the organizational processes that support it are, too.
Enjoy this webcast, Recruiting the Ultra-Informed in a Mobile, Social and Connected World featuring Meghan Biro, CEO of TalentCulture, as we cover the critical moves you need to make to effectively connect with your candidates and recruit them the way they want to be recruited.
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