Job seekers are more frustrated than ever. Describing the experience as time-consuming, stressful, discouraging and even painful, candidates are not impressed with outdated technologies and inefficient processes. It’s hard to overstate the importance of Candidate Experience in today’s market. Annoyed candidates are dropping out of the application process and taking to social media to vent their displeasure to their friends and peers. Why is HR struggling to adapt? How can you make the business case to craft the changes you need in your firm?
Don’t miss this special HCI webcast examining the results from Jibe’s latest 2014 Recruitment Survey featuring responses from more than 1,000 job seekers and 300 HR professionals. Jibe’s Ivan Casanova and thought leader Matt Charney will discuss the insights, teach best practices to improve the candidate experience in your firm, and share common pitfalls to avoid.
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Why Current Systems Aren't Meeting the Needs of Job Seekers and Recruiters
Big Data is informing decisions across all levels of the firm - where to allocate resources, what territory is declining/growing the fastest, which marketing initiatives are driving the best results? But what is Big Data doing for Human Resources today?
What exactly does “Mobile” mean? Chris Cho, Senior Vice President of Product at Jibe, joins HCI for a chat to share his answer and what sets the different mobile solutions apart from each other, like a consumer grade ...
Blog | Author: Jed Hamilton | Source: HCI
| Published:June 10, 2014
With HCI’s annual Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference set to get underway this week, I’ve got candidate experience on my mind even more so than usual. I know it will be a big topic throughout the conference, not just on the panel that Jibe is hosting, and I can’t wait to hear from some of the industry’s best and most innovative thought leaders on the subject.