3 Steps To Improving Candidate Experience

3 Steps To Improving Candidate Experience

After reviewing a number of recent studies of candidate experience, I have to say, I was struck by the significant perception gaps between employers and job applicants – both in terms of experience and expectations. These studies were real eye openers and I highly recommend reading them. Even if you don’t, I hope you’ll consider the following four key points I took from them. Despite all the talk in our industry about improving candidate experience, it seems we have a long way to go.

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3 ways to make your Wardrobe Work for You

3 ways to make your Wardrobe Work for You When your job hunting, you get a lot of messages about how to dress for interviews. "Dress for the job you want," "Dress like the people who work there," "Don't wear anything distracting..." in other words, you actually don't get a lot of messages. You just get one: suit up for the team you want to join. Honestly, I find very few job hunters that resist that advice. You want to the organization to offer you the job. So, you wear their uniform. Smart move!

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Does candidate experience really matter?

Yes, more than ever In their 2016 Candidate Experience report, Talent Board has once again compiled a thoughtful – and thought-provoking – study of the job applicant experience, how it affects a candidate’s view of the organization and how those views can have long-term impacts on an employer’s reputation.

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