Tim Sackett and I believe talent advisors are job seekers, too. That's why we wanted to share our most memorable candidate experience stories.
Here is Tim Sackett's story.
A company wanted to hire me as a regional HR manager. They spent $7,000 flying me to Minneapolis to go through a full assessment. I know the price because it hit my budget after I started.
A recent CareerBuilder survey makes it clear that 3 in 5 employers support a minimum wage increase.
In the survey, employers were also asked about why they supported or opposed an increase. To what extent does the academic literature in economics support their arguments? Let's take a look:
What will the hospital staff of 2025 look like? New roles will need to be filled. And the millennial generation, also known as Gen Y, will dominate. Will your hospital be ready?
How can you provide a hiring experience that candidates love? How can you get your executives to care about your company's candidate experience? How can you personalize the experience candidates have with you? What's the ideal way to measure the success of your candidate experience? If questions like these keep you up at night, take some ZzzQuil you'll be excited to know many of your peers and experts have similar questions — and we want to connect you with them to get some answers.
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel,” Maya Angelou famously said. The late poet could easily have been talking about the staffing industry, where the ability to provide unforgettable experiences sets firms apart from their competitors.
If you wanted to get into the online dating scene, it wouldn't make much sense to sign up on a dating website but not create a profile. You want to put your best foot forward, but how are compatible people supposed to find you? Some companies are making a similar mistake — when it comes to recruiting top candidates, that is.
Being strategic means doing what is right, not what is popular. TWEET THIS
I am known in my industry as the one person who doesn’t buy into the concept of the candidate experience.