How important is the individual candidate’s experience for employers? The benchmarking study conducted by the 2012 Candidate Experience Awards (known as the CandEs) found that more than half of the candidates surveyed are likely to share details of their candidate experiences – whether negative or positive – with friends. Even more notable, a growing and significant number of candidates are willing to share their experiences with a much broader audience using career sites, blogs, and social media such as Facebook and Twitter. This trend is especially true among the millennial population. Such a wide reach can quickly damage an organization’s employment brand, reputation and bottom line – especially in industries where your candidates are also potentially your customers. Join us for an illustrative preview of 2012 CandE survey results to learn how candidate expectations vary across generations and industries, and what employers can do to streamline recruiting and screening processes, improve communication and accessibility, and leave a positive impression on candidates through all stages. Elaine Orler, president and founder of Talent Function Group, and chairman and co-founder of the Talent Board (founding organization of the CandEs), will explore how candidate expectations and employers’ recruiting goals and challenges intersect. She will detail the ways in which CandEs winners are raising the bar for candidate experience while protecting their employment and overall brands, and engaging the talent they need to succeed.
This complimentary webinar is hosted byOneWire, connecting top finance professionals with leading employers. Session attendees will also learn how OneWire, a 2012 CandE sponsor, delivers a positive candidate experience through precise employer connections, robust search tools, and candidate confidentiality features.
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