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Candidate Experience & the Application Process: 4 Things You’re Doing Wrong

Social Talent

The core component of a strong employer brand is a positive candidate experience which really defines how current and potential employees perceive you as a company. According to Christopher Brablc , Director of Marketing at SmashFly Technologies, the candidate experience can be defined as “all the interactions you have with candidates in the recruitment marketing and hiring process “ . Vague/Redundant Information about the Job.

No Quick Fix: Why HR Technology Can’t Fix A Broken Candidate Experience.

Recruiting Daily

There are a ton of tools out there that purport to be some kind of silver bullet for candidate experience. From enterprise platforms to point solutions, the concept of “candidate experience” has become increasingly commoditized, an organizational imperative reduced to a software sales pitch. If you can’t get these aligned, then there’s no tech on earth that can fix what’s really broken with your candidate experience.

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Candidate Experience Part III – Tools

Great Hires

In the first two articles of this series we discussed the role of people and process in the success of the candidate experience. The tools you choose for your candidate experience may already be part of the enterprise-wide solutions offered by your company, or point solutions you choose as a recruiter that match your personal best practices. This article is intended to provide a framework for how to think about the tools you use to enhance your candidate experience.

Inbound Marketing for Recruiting: Making Candidates Care Enough To Click

Recruiting Daily

Why Candidates Aren’t Clicking: A Recruiting Call To Action. Now, imagine how candidates, passive or active, must feel when looking for their next opportunity online. They keep seeing the same crappy job descriptions or career related copy over and over. No wonder 19% of job seekers said they’d rather wait at the DMV than apply to a job. You need to provide a message that matters and adds value to the candidates you are trying to attract.

6 Fascinating Recruitment News Stories to Kick-Off the New Month – 1st August 2016

Social Talent

In recruitment news this week: This is What Millennials Want From Their Job Hunt (Psst! thing millennials want out of a job is advancement opportunity (67%), narrowly beating out better pay (60%) and challenging work (51%). In fact, compared to other generations, they use more resources in general to learn about company culture and they’re more likely to use online job boards, company career web pages and social media to hear about new job opportunities.

The Top 12 Career Site Self-Service Tools

Ongig

Headline: Transform your career site and your job postings. based career site job search (in partnership w/ Google) and the #1 most dynamic job postings in the world. Ongig Career Page Design Features: Artificial intelligence-based job search partnership with Google.

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What Brandon Hall Group’s new report tells us about high-performance Recruitment Marketing

SmashFly

Here’s a snapshot along with my key takeaways: Content Marketing – If you just promote jobs, candidates may lose interest. Instead focus on creating and sharing news articles, viral videos, research, infographics and photos to go along with your job content in order to attract and engage talent. Relevant content is what helps build and nurture lasting relationships and ultimately inspires candidates to apply for or share open jobs.

Part 1: How to Turn Passive Leads into Hires

Glassdoor for Employers

This series is a partnership with SmashFly covering the key elements and examples of nurture in a recruitment marketing strategy. Look for Part 2 and 3 on the SmashFly blog! Job applicants now hold more power when it comes to making the important decision of where they want to work. With more knowledge at the onset of applying for a job, job seekers are finding better fits, and more of them. Attract candidates through your employer brand.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]

Ongig

Employee Experience. Candidate Experience. Understanding EEO Job Categories for the EEO-1 Report. 15 Interview Questions to Ensure Candidate Quality. 6 Questions You Should Ask a Candidate’s References. Candidate Experience. Job Seeker Content.

The Top 100 Applicant Tracking Systems in 2018

Ongig

Instead, we focus on the employers doing the most hiring as measured by number of open job descriptions. SmashFly. CRI (Candidate Resources). We use these 5 tiers of hiring volume to keep things simple: 1,000+ job openings. 500 – 999 job openings. 100 – 499 job openings. 25 – 99 job openings. 0 – 24 job openings. Top 10 Applicant Tracking Systems (500-999 Jobs).

5 reasons why it’s hard to solve the recruiting tools conundrum

Great Hires

Why do enterprises only leverage a fraction of the excellent offerings on the market to optimize the full hiring and candidate experience? For nearly every company the ATS is the central database for all job and candidate information. Nearly every significant task for sourcing or selection uses information from the ATS database as the content source.

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