Free HR.com Webinar | The Candidate Experience and You | Feb 19

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Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2014, 8am PT/11am ET
Location: Webinar

The experience that your candidates have with your process can have a direct impact on not only your employment brand, but even your company’s bottom line. Historically, organizations have built their employment processes to meet their own needs rather than the needs of their candidates. After years of an over-reliance on technology and overall neglect, the Candidate Experience is being evaluated and scrutinized as never before. The Candidate Experience Awards, a 3 year old program run by the non-profit, The Talent Board, has in a very short period of time identified and established the benchmarks for what makes for a world-class Candidate Experience. In 2013 alone, 120+ organizations across North America applied, and over 46,000 candidates provided feedback that led to 64 organizations of all sizes and industries being recognized as Candidate Experience Award winners.

Join Ben Gotkin, Candidate Experience Awards Council Member and Principal Consultant with Recruiting Toolbox, as he shares the lessons learned from this past year’s awards program. Ben will share what candidates found to be most important to establishing a world-class Candidate Experience, what organizations need to consider in order to address their Candidate Experience issues, and how organizations across North America, the United Kingdom and Australia can participate in the 2014 Candidate Experience Awards program. This webinar will focus specifically on the impact that your application process has on the Candidate Experience, on your sourcing efforts, your employment brand, and your mobile recruiting initiatives. Ben will also share some of the best practices from those organizations that were identified as 2013 Award Winners with Distinction.

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