Did you know that more than 60% of candidates believe that employers do not communicate on time? Besides communication, various obstacles in the hiring process might force a candidate to drop out. If you provide a positive recruitment experience to candidates, they are 38% more likely to accept your job offer.(more…)
Success is often a result of doing a common thing uncommonly. A well-crafted careers page encapsulates your organization’s story. It is a potent means to inform, influence, and inspire. It forges the connection between the employer and prospective employees.
The Talent Board research showcases that your careers page is the number one platform where candidates go to research about your company.(more…)
Do you treat your employees and potential candidates in the same way as your customers?
The major ingredient in hiring top talent is creating a recruitment experience similar to customer experience. From your work environment to company values and team culture, a lot of things contribute to building this reputation.(more…)
Applying regularly for jobs every day but are not receiving interview calls? Is there something wrong from your end or from the employer’s end? Well it’s all because of the ATS, perhaps!
A few days back, I spotted a trending conversation on LinkedIn about how candidates are getting rejected by the applicant tracking software based on some algorithms or rules.
Now that reminded me of conversations that we at Talentpool often have with our prospects. Many organizations ask us for features that will block irrelevant candidates.
Having had worked with recruiters, we understand that relevance can be defined in more ways than one and it is dependent on the nature of the position that you are working on.(more…)
There was a time when automated screening and decision making were viewed as impersonal and
irrelevant. Today, they serve as an invaluable tool to recruiters dealing with growing numbers of candidates and also help in balancing out the challenges candidates face in terms of poor communication, lack of organization or vague job descriptions. Improving candidate experience is one of the top priorities of businesses whether its small, mid or large.