With Candidate Experience Week coming to a close we thought it was appropriate to highlight the blogs that stood out this week. Whether that be from an editors perspective or those who dominated the conversation in the social space. We also want to thank everyone who participated and submitted blogs for this week. If you’ve been following along with us you have read nearly 30 blogs all week long on what the candidate experience means to several different people, including the father of the CandEs, Gerry Crispin. We also would like to thank our sponsor, TalentCircles. They understand the true value of creating an experience for the candidate. To learn more about TalentCircles and what they’re doing in HR Technology, visit their site and request a demo.
Top 5 Blogs from Candidate Experience Week
Welcoming Candidates with Disabilities with Thoughtful Intention: It’s easy to forget about the candidate experience when you’re dealing with those who may not your typical candidate. This article expresses the importance of working with candidates with disabilities. Read more.
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Getting Back to the Basics with the Candidate Experience: Not every company has the money or staff to invest in higher-end candidate experience tools. This blog focuses on how to get back to the basics with the overall experience. Read more.
Candidate Experience: The Heart of Effective Best Practices in Talent Acquisition: From this weeks sponsor, this blog post really goes to the heart of the candidate experience and gives best practices for talent acquistions. Read more.
How the User Experience Can Transform Your Candidate Experience: The user experience is something that has the ability to make or break your candidate experience. Find out why. Read more.
The Candidate Experience is More About Process Instead of People: I read an article a few weeks ago that spoke on the process of HR instead of the people. Read how the candidate experience is effective by process rather then people. Read more