Like it or not, you have a candidate experience. Even if you have only hired a handful of employees, you have a one. And it’s crucial that you understand whether it’s good or bad.
After all, a positive experience will lead a candidate to accept your offer and tell their friends how great your company is. A negative experience, on the other hand, will lead a candidate to boycott your company and your products – and encourage everyone they know to do the same.
If you need a quick refresher, we recently defined the candidate experience as “every point of contact a job seeker has with your company throughout the recruitment and hiring process, from reading of the job posting to receiving an offer (or rejection).”
Ready to learn how your candidate experience stacks up? Take our quiz to find out.
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