Candidate Experience and Social Media

Jobsoid

Your ability to attract and retain top industry talent is determined by the kind of candidate experience you provide them. Candidate experience refers to how a candidate sees and comprehends your hiring processes. It is a collective experience of […].

Solve These 7 Tough Social Media Ad Challenges

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Paid social media ads can be a great opportunity for recruitment marketers to increase employer brand awareness and build qualified talent pipelines. But we all know social media advertising can be super challenging! Candidate Experience Recruitment Marketing

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4 Social Media Tips From the 2020 Rally Award Winners

Rally Recruitment Marketing

You’re creating and sharing great Recruitment Marketing content each and every day that provides candidates with authentic insight into your company culture. The program features two award categories for social media: Best Use of Organic Social Media and Best Use of Paid Social Media.

Social Media Recruitment Strategies That Work

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Social media has become an increasingly valuable tool for job seekers when they’re looking for their next career opportunity. And social media recruiting strategies have become a key way for companies to find and connect with right-fit talent. But it takes a lot more than a social media profile for employers to use these platforms to their full advantage. So why exactly should social media be such a crucial part of your Recruitment Marketing plan?

The Talent War: Are You In It to Win It?

Speaker: Caroline Vernon, Director of Sales, CareerArc

With the labor market growing more competitive, and a global skills shortage looming ahead, candidate experience is, and will continue to be, a key battleground for top talent. For the past decade, social media and employer review sites have granted the workforce unprecedented influence in shaping employment brand, with the ability to change brand sentiment in real-time. As the labor market tightened, employer reputation became more critical to recruiting and retaining the best employees, and naturally the candidate experience companies delivered had come under more scrutiny from discerning applicants.

5 Pain Points In Your Candidate Experience (And How To Improve Them!)

Rally Recruitment Marketing

Did you know that only one-third of candidates report a positive candidate experience? This means that the majority of candidates are likely experiencing pain points somewhere along their candidate experience (CX) with your organization.

Managing the Candidate Experience During the COVID-19 Crisis

Rally Recruitment Marketing

I believe that empathy is essential as we go through this stressful experience together. As HR and employer brand professionals, our job is to always “think like a candidate” or “think like an employee.” A focus on candidate communications.

Does Your Candidate Experience Include Social Affirmations?

Fistful of Talent

Candidate Experience (CX) is about to tank. Turns out, when you have more candidates than jobs, it’s hard to deliver high CX at scale. A quick Tweet out to the candidate from your brand, “Hey, Tim! Really low expectations from candidates!

Tips for Creating a Positive Candidate Experience

JazzHR

A good candidate experience doesn’t just benefit the candidate — it can also be advantageous for recruiting teams and companies in the long run. . Candidates who have had positive experiences may send you referrals or contribute to your bottom line as clients or customers.

Losing Talent to a Poor Candidate Experience? 4 Changes to Make Today

Hiretual

technology enhances (not eliminates) the human element when recruiting candidates. . hires can be made quickly without falling short on the candidate experience. . The core skill sets that every candidate or applicant should have to be successful for a role. 6 min read.

Recruitment Marketing: More Than Revamping Your Career Sites

Speaker: Matt Alder, Host & Producer, The Recruiting Future Podcast.

Talent acquisition functions are fixated on developing an authentic employer brand. However, that's not the be-all and end-all. When it comes to attracting candidates, you need to have targeted recruitment content at every stage of the candidate journey where they may interact with your company - your careers page, job descriptions, and social media.Join Matt Alder, Producer and Host of The Recruiting Future Podcast, to learn how to refresh your recruitment marketing efforts and set yourself apart from competitors.

How to Improve the Candidate Experience: 7 Strategies

JazzHR

Most talent acquisition professionals are familiar with the concept of the candidate experience. It’s a holistic view of all the feelings, interactions and impressions a job seeker goes through at every step of their candidate lifecycle. . Solicit Feedback from Candidates.

Building a Great Candidate Experience in Hospitality

Hireology

At your hotel, you’re used to putting a great deal of thought into your guest experience, because it’s essential to your business operations. The candidate experience is more than just an easy application process. Here’s what we suggest for candidates you’re excited about: .

Candidate Experience with JobTalk

SmartSearch

JobTalk Podcast on the Candidate Experience discusses how employers can pave the road for a smooth ride on the job seekers journey. Here are a few highlights of our conversation: What is the candidate experience? If you say you’ll get back to a candidate in a week, do so.

How can Jobsoid help you with Social Media Recruiting?

Jobsoid

Jobsoid also helps you build your employer brand while delivering a great candidate experience. The post How can Jobsoid help you with Social Media Recruiting?

Managing the Candidate Experience During the COVID-19 Crisis

Rally Recruitment Marketing

I believe that empathy is essential as we go through this stressful experience together. As HR and employer brand professionals, our job is to always “think like a candidate” or “think like an employee.” A focus on candidate communications.

How to fix your candidate experience strategy

Workable

23, 2020, Workable co-hosted a webinar with HackerRank , titled What’s Wrong with your Candidate Experience (and How to Fix it), to shed some light on common pain points in candidate experience troubles. For Amy, tech must be easy to use and relevant for the candidate. “[And

How to Ace Candidate Experience in 6 Simple Steps

Brazen Recruiting

Previously, higher unemployment rates meant HR managers and recruiters enjoyed a larger, captive pool of candidates from which to choose. Now that the power rests with the potential employee, it is a good time for companies to reevaluate their general approaches to hiring to ensure they aren’t turning away, or turning off, the best candidates. From posting the job to offering it, here are six ways to provide a Grade A candidate experience: 1.

5 ways to make social media part of your everyday recruitment

Hireserve

One of the biggest changes to recruitment in recent years is how jobs are advertised to reach ideal candidates, and social media is the new normal. With the growth of LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, social media is a gamechanger for advertising new roles.

2017 Trends in Recruiting via Social Media

HireRight

When HireRight published its first Employment Screening Benchmark Report ten years ago, we did not survey respondents about their use of social media. It seems odd now, but a decade ago, social media wasn’t even on the hiring map. Social media has become part of the fabric of talent management, and a critical one at that. The post 2017 Trends in Recruiting via Social Media appeared first on Employment Background Check Blog - HireRight.

33 Candidate Experience Lessons Shared by RallyFwd™ Speakers

Rally Recruitment Marketing

At our first virtual conference, Let’s RallyFwd to Humanize the Candidate Experience , the Rally community was fortunate to have amazing speakers share their hard-earned candidate experience lessons with us. I hope their lessons provide you with the inspiration to continue improving the candidate experience at your organization! Treat candidates like you would treat your mother. Remove what makes it hard to be a candidate.

Amp up your Workday Recruiting Candidate Experience

InFlight

Your employer brand is more important than ever for your candidates and employees. Candidate and employee expectations have shifted in light of everything that has happened in 2020. The way you treat your candidates, is the way that people assume they’ll be treated as employees.

What Is Candidate Experience, and How Does It Show up Throughout the Recruitment Process?

JazzHR

Throughout the strong market, recruiting professionals have had to focus on approaching the most qualified job candidates as consumers with plenty of opportunities to choose from. Emphasis has been placed on delivering the best possible candidate experience. .

How to Enhance Your Candidate Experience During Seasonal Hiring

ClearCompany Recruiting

As consumer spending and hiring expectations increase, employers are faced with the challenge of meeting the demands of staffing goals, while trying to actively recruit top candidates to fulfill the needs of the company. During seasonal hiring, it is essential for recruiters to explore and develop ways to enhance candidate experience. Recruiters are using technology as a competitive edge to simplify the candidate experience.

4 Reasons to Care About Your Candidate's Experience

ClearCompany Recruiting

The importance of the candidate experience is a trending focus among businesses today. Yet, nearly 60% of candidates have had a poor candidate experience when applying for jobs. Courting candidates is not easy, but it certainly becomes even more challenging if candidates are having poor experiences. Here’s how to audit your candidate experience. Measuring the candidate experience goes beyond analyzing the interviews.

The Business Impact of Candidate Experience

ERE

Social media has given consumers an open forum to share both good and bad product and service experiences to all who will listen. Candidate Experience FeaturedHere’s what’s crystal clear in business today: poor customer service impacts customer retention, referrals, and potential new business.

Amp up your Workday Recruiting Candidate Experience

InFlight

Your employer brand is more important than ever for your candidates and employees. Candidate and employee expectations have shifted in light of everything that has happened in 2020. The way you treat your candidates, is the way that people assume they’ll be treated as employees.

New world. New thinking. New social media solutions.

CKR Interactive

Social media, already the dominant news source for most of the world, has seen an unprecedented increase in growth. In fact, many of us are scrolling through more than two kilometers of social media feeds every single day. *Also written by Jared Pritz.

How to Repair the Candidate Experience Gone Bad

Proactive Talent

We in the recruiting space all talk about the importance of the candidate experience and how companies of all sizes are implementing technologies, best practices, and other measures to improve their existing experience, but what about those companies who already have a bad candidate experience perception? How do they repair their company's candidate experience when it's already gone bad? Candidate Experience

Talent Attraction: What it is and Things to Think About

Proactive Talent

Talent attraction is a term used in the Human Resources and Talent Acquisition field to describe luring the most desirable of passive candidates to a specific employer and incentivizing them to apply for work with implied and envisioned benefits.

Simplify Your Social Media Recruitment By Building Your Own Chatbot

TLNT: Talent Acquisition

Automation Candidate Experience Future of HR Strategic HR Talent Acquisition chatbots FeaturedToday, human resource staff focus more on strategizing and satisfying employees’ needs than on administration and recruiting, which were the cornerstones of HR work in a previous era.

How To Handle Candidate Rejection and Maintain Candidate Experience

GoodTime

When done right, proper passing on candidates shapes how think about and handle future situations. This means that as HR professionals, the way you convey rejection to candidates plays a big part in forming that company’s candidate experience. 3) Give candidate feedback.

RallyFwd Recap: 5 Ways You Can Provide a Future-Forward Candidate Experience

Rally Recruitment Marketing

We were blown away by the calibre of candidate experience insights our world-class speakers covered at RallyFwd Virtual Conference, See the Future of Candidate Experience. Commit to authentic, transparent and frequent candidate communications.

The *Real* Way You Make Your Employer Brand Come To Life On Social Media

Fistful of Talent

Your social media checklist for your employer brand might look something a little like this: Careers-focused channels created? While those items alone ensure a robust social media plan, there’s one big item that’s missing in order for your employer brand to truly come alive on social media: community management. Without a community management strategy, your overall social strategy is only halfway there.

How to: Drastically Improve Your Candidate Experience

Social Talent

Because, in essence, candidates are our customers and if we fail to provide them with the hiring experience they expect, they will find someone else who can give it to them, just as Blockbuster’s customers did. And a staggering 18% of in-house recruiters admitted that there was no clear owner of the candidate experience in their organisation. What are the effects of a bad candidate experience? How to: Improve Your Candidate Experience.

Candidate Experience for Dummies.

Recruiting Daily

Everyone seems to be talking about candidate experience these days, and the noise surrounding this perennial talent trending topic has become deafening, even though most of that banter ultimately falls on deaf ears throughout the recruiting universe. After all, I’m not sure anyone’s really an “expert” on candidate experience, but I’m damn sure that I’m by no means any sort of definitive authority on this subject.

The 2017 State of Sourcing Survey – Leadership, Metrics & Candidate Experience

ERE SourceCon

We thought it was important to include candidate experience in this category. The majority of survey respondents found that it is our responsibility as sourcers to provide a superior candidate experience. Advertising & Marketing Recruiting Search Techniques Semantic Search Social Media Management Social Networking Social Sourcing & Recruiting Source the Web Sourcing Talent Acquisition Featured

Social Media Screening: Pros, Cons, and Tips

Recruiters Lineup

billion social media users worldwide, which translates roughly into 42% of the world’s population. It is no wonder that there are more social media recruiting strategies now than ever before. It is a cost-effective way of encouraging job seekers to apply for vacancies, it can boost your employer branding and create a positive candidate experience. What is Social Media Screening? The Pros and Cons of Social Media Screening.

How to Use Social Media for Recruiting (Even When You Don’t Have the Time)

Yello

There’s no denying the power of social media as a recruitment marketing channel. With over 154 million American workers on LinkedIn and nearly two-thirds of job seekers using Twitter in their search, there’s a reason why 82% of organizations use social media recruiting to find passive candidates. Empower employees to share social content and job postings on your behalf. One of the secrets to using social media effectively is to post with purpose.

1:1 Recruiting: The Secret to a Great Candidate Experience

Social Talent

Candidate experience isn’t just a buzzword. Having a great candidate experience can seriously affect the number (and quality) of applications that you receive. Candidates are influenced in exactly the same way as online customers. Their decisions are based on anonymous employee reviews of your company left on Glassdoor, conversations with friends, rumours on social media. The 2014 Candidate Experience Report shows that 64.3%