All in Candidate Experience
With company culture at the forefront of a candidate’s decision-making process, good employer branding is a necessary element of any recruiting strategy. It helps guard against toxic hires, it attracts passive talent to your site, and it helps your hiring managers create a cohesive image of your company. But, are you approaching your employer brand in the most effective way?
We pulled together a collection of what we often hear candidates say about a bad experience… If you hear feedback like this, then your candidate experience may be poisoning your brand:
Whether you’re trying to build a team from the ground up or replace a long-standing position, finding IT candidates can be very difficult. Consider including a few benefits like the ones discussed below in order to attract the best candidates to your open position.
If you suspect that you are missing out on perfectly qualified candidates and can’t put your finger on why then it might be time to rethink how you approach your hiring process as a whole
The smaller your company is, the more essential every employee is. Nobody understands this better than founders and CEOs of start-ups. Whether you’re hiring your initial team or starting to scale up, every hire requires a level of scrutiny and deliberation that can be overwhelming.
Engaging an external recruiter sounds like an easy way to patch up any holes in your hiring process. Unlike you and your team, it seems like their entire job is to engage with candidates, and you might assume they have a system for doing it well. You want to make sure that their workload is balanced enough that they are able to devote time and motivation to respond to unqualified applicants.
In the endless pursuit of a better candidate experience for your open positions, have you ever stopped to think about how your current employees fit into the equation? Here are five easy ways to make sure that your employees are helping to create a good candidate experience.
There’s no denying that the HR world has its fair share of tech, but it can sometimes be difficult to find the budget for that “one more thing” that will make your hiring process more efficient. Here’s our list of the top 4 FREE tools that you can use to keep candidates engaged and informed.
Many hiring teams emphasize culture fit over technical skills when hiring new employees. Determining a potential employee’s culture fit will help you choose candidates whose personal values and goals align with your company’s long-term mission and growth.