4 Building Blocks for Creating a Delightful Candidate Experience
Checkr Editor | HR| By
Hiring can be a tedious process. Naturally, you’ll do whatever it takes to make your job easy and efficient. However, if you’re only thinking about your experience—and not the candidate’s—you’ll end up making your job much harder.
Candidate experience matters—especially in today’s world of instant gratification where consumers can get what they want, when they want, without any hassle. Candidates expect the same seamless experience throughout the hiring process. Require a 5 page application? They’ll quit before submitting. Offer little to no feedback throughout the interview stage? They’ll move on to the next opportunity. Candidates demand transparency, communication, and efficiency, and anything less can damage your employer brand.
On the flip side, positive candidate experience can boost your employer brand and increase employee tenure. By evaluating your hiring practices for bias, developing a consistent interview process, implementing ongoing communication to prospective employees, and creating a smooth and enjoyable onboarding experience, you’ll set your company up for long-term hiring success.
The good news is, there are a few key building blocks that can help you create a meaningful candidate experience. Checkr’s new eBook, “4 Building Blocks for Creating a Delightful Candidate Experience” includes insights from hiring leaders at Greenhouse, ClearCompany, Lever, Zenefits, Breezy HR, HigherMe, Fountain, Jazz HR, and SmartRecruiters.
Hear directly from HR and talent acquisition (TA) experts on how to:
* Identify and reduce bias in your hiring practices
* Successfully structure your interview process
* Provide helpful post-interview feedback
* Implement onboarding best practices
By taking these steps, you’ll develop a hiring strategy that will lead to better hires, higher retention, and a winning reputation. Ready to start reading? Download Checkr’s “4 Building Blocks for Creating a Delightful Candidate Experience” now.
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