What You Need To Know
The way a candidate is treated during the hiring experience can be an indicator of how they will be treated as an employee. Organizations should dedicate time and resources to creating a candidate experience that makes an individual want to work for the company.
64% of candidates would share negative experiences with friends and family, according to a survey from Officevibe1
. This type of negative feedback can impact the employment brand and future hiring. If the word gets out that the organization doesn’t have a positive candidate experience, it could limit the number of applications received and increase cost per hire.
Join the Accurate team Danielle Balow, Director of Digital Transformation at Click Boarding, and Sharlyn Lauby, author of HR Bartender and the SHRM Essential Guide to Talent Management
on Wednesday, November 15th
at 11 a.m. PST/2 p.m. ET
, as we discuss the candidate experience including:
- What is the candidate experience and why is it important?
- How to evaluate your current candidate experience
- 5 activities that can improve your candidate experience
- Ways to measure your candidate experience efforts
This webinar is available for 1 SHRM and HRCI recertification credit.