better job descriptions
Each touchpoint with a candidate is critical to your hiring experience. Starting off with solid job descriptions that focus on the essential skills and requirements but leaves room for nuance helps create an inclusive and effective candidate experience.
Informed candidates are empowered candidates. By setting expectations about your hiring process, your company demonstrates your ability to connect and deliver a better experience for your applicants.
Top employers understand that people are what drive the success of their business. An effective candidate experience is one that respects the candidate's time, energy, and effort.
Engaging talent before and after they apply to a specific job drives a better overall experience for everyone. This includes application acknowledgment, recruiter responsiveness, timely dispositioning with follow up emails, and ongoing communications.
Ensuring that everyone involved in the hiring experience is on the same page when it comes to time, values, and expectations helps your organization deliver a better experience. From the talent acquisition team to the hiring managers, everyone should be on the same page about best practices and behaviors for a quality candidate experience.
Surveying talent after they have applied to jobs or come into contact with your organization will help your company understand and refine key touchpoints to ensure a streamlined candidate experience.