Ever have a bad experience at a store? How quickly do you write a bad review on Google or tell your friends about your experience? Candidates are doing the same thing every day when they have a bad experience during the hiring process. It all happens without your knowledge. Unless you take action.
What are your candidates saying about your organization?
We need to care about what candidates say on social media. It is a reflection on your entire system and can affect everything from funding to attendance. Let’s consider the hiring process as a reflection of your organization’s values and make sure you are sending the right message to candidates who are also your customers.
In this fun and interactive session, you will learn how to:
• Measure candidate experience
• Set goals based on your organization’s values
• Prioritize and implement changes to improve the candidate experience
Original broadcast April 25, 2017
Biography ~ Katherine Burik
At The Interview Doctor, Katherine Burik brings her extensive background in human resources to help business leaders create the positive environment that supports values based decision making and employee feedback reducing employee turnover and achieving the organization’s business objectives.
Katherine has published white papers and three books on job search as part of The Job Seeker Manifesto, including: The Job Search Marketing Plan: Declare to the World How You Will Find Your Next Job, Resumes 3.0: Tools to find your next job, and Tell Me About Yourself: Secrets to Successful Job Interviews. A fourth book targeting company talent acquisition, Talent Search Marketing Plan, is in the works.