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Engaging with candidates for job vacancies is a key element of employers’ candidate-attraction strategy. The process of engaging with candidates is often referred to as the “candidate experience”.
Employers should strive to develop good relationships with all applicants who are engaged in the candidate-attraction process. It should view the attraction and recruitment process as another product or service that the organisation provides to a group of customers, in this case potential employees.
7 Oct 2013
It has been said that people do not want to feel like marketing targets. It is true that people don’t...
Warning: Recruiters make four mistakes with psychometrics that put the candidate experience and employer brand at risk
5 Jan 2012
Recruiters are jeopardising their employer brand by making four fundamental mistakes with psychometric tests in the selection process, according to...
30 Nov 2009
Leading online recruitment specialists networx have been officially recognised as the UK’s Best Recruiter, by candidates at this years’ Jobsite RecruitRank...
19 Oct 2009
All too often the expediency of using a recruitment agency is chosen instead of properly engaging with the wider audience...
1 Jul 2009
With increasing numbers of job applicants, and some genuinely great talent out there, the importance of thorough and robust selection...
18 Sep 2007
I was dismayed to read the recruitment interview advice to “try to put the same questions to each person in...
3 May 2005
How to ensure the shortlisting process is non-discriminatory
1 Jul 2004
In this series, we delve into the XpertHR reference manual to find essential information relating to one of our features. This month's topic...
11 Jun 2002
Reference checking may seem passé, but research shows that three-quarters of
employers see it as an essential part of selection....