Tag: candidate experience

Extend the Candidate’s Experience to Drive Employee Engagement & Retention

  Imagine you are out to dinner at a great restaurant, the service is fantastic, and the food is tasty. After finishing your meal, the...

Amy Warner iCIMS

To Attract the Ideal Candidate, Start by Creating a Genuine Value Proposition with Employees

  Your company’s employee value proposition (EVP) is more than what makes people apply to your company, it is what makes them...

Engage Your People

How to Win Candidates Through Every Stage of Their Journey. A Five-Part Series.

  Working with 4,000 organizations to hire more than four million people annually, we’ve found the employers who do it best follow a...

Get those Likes

How to Ask Employees for Company Reviews

  When I’m scrolling through the web on my phone, I often land on websites where customers are encouraged to leave reviews....

It’s Not What Candidates Say, But What They Hear

This part of the communication equation doesn’t get enough credit for what it can reveal Are your job interviews structured toward what...

Employee Happiness

Employee Experience Doesn’t End At The Exit Interview

  Deloitte preaches it. Nestle proves it. Former employees want it. The answer: What is a post employee experience? The data is...

Jonah Manning

5x your candidate communication by not talking to them

From a sourcing or talent acquisition perspective, we are “constantly communicating with candidates.” But are we?  Majority of...

Outmatch

What does the OutMatch acquisition of Wepow mean?

This happened about a week ago.  Previously — November 2017 — you might remember that OutMatch acquired Pomello as well. They...

ghosting candidates recruiters

Where’s My New Hire? How to Handle a Ghosting Candidate on Day 1

“Ghosts seem harder to please than we are; it is as though they haunted for haunting’s sake — much as we relive, brood and smolder...

OK, so … why are candidates declining your job offers?

It’s all going so well. You’ve found a great candidate who shone in their interview. You’re excited to have them join the team. But...

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