Surveys provide an important opportunity to benchmark internal policies and practices against the perceptions and expectations of a large, statistically representative group. In Part 1 of the 2019 Job Seeker Survey Report, we explored the role of recognition in the recruiting process. In Part 2, we examined candidate perceptions of the recruiting process. In our final edition, Part 3, we report on candidate perceptions of preboarding and onboarding processes.Read More
Candidate Experience has emerged as the buzz-worthy term of choice among thought leaders in recruiting. In today’s highly competitive market for talent, creating better candidate experiences can reduce your drop-out rate. More engaging, two-way candidate experiences can help you better assess job-fit to reduce voluntary turnover rates. And, candidate experience is also an important aspect of your employer brand, which is particularly important if your candidates are also customers or prospective customers.Read More
The tightest market for talent in five decades has resulted in a cavalcade of content from thought leaders, analysts and vendors, most of it focused on fixing what’s broken in current recruitment processes. Improving the candidate experience is a hot topic, because it’s a buyer’s market.
What do candidates really want? Recruitment marketing, which represents the largest portion of most talent acquisition budgets, is getting a lot of attention, and the prevailing best practices have their origins in consumer marketing.
The hottest job market in decades has presented significant challenges for hiring managers. After more than eight years of U.S. job growth, hiring managers have had to adjust to conditions where candidate experiences and employee expectations matter more than ever.
To gain a first-hand perspective on what’s working and what isn’t, we interviewed hiring managers from different sectors. Download Five Hiring Managers Discuss Today’s Toughest Challenges to learn how: