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It’s Expensive to Not Provide Candidates Feedback

By Jan Tegze on Sourcecon

The recruiting process is essential for every business as it helps in finding the right talents that are going to help the company grow and be more successful. And as all business owners know, finding these talents is not an easy task.

In fact, it is not easy at all, as this is a process that takes time and resources. If you are not a large and well-known company, it is quite difficult to attract and retain talents because you need to prove that you can offer an excellent working culture and opportunities for the future, besides just providing a decent paycheck. And even for companies with good reputations, the recruiting process can cost a lot of money.

How you treat your candidates is essential, not just to them, but also for the success of your business.

Candidate Experience Influences Your Business

As you already know, when searching for new talents, some will fit the job description better than others. But what will happen to those who are not right for the job or don’t have the relevant experience? Well, believe it or not, these candidates, in particular, can impact the development of your business.

How can an unhappy candidate have so much power over your company, in spite of not getting to work within the company? It is all connected to the way this person sees your company based on the experiences he or she had during the recruiting process. During the interview process, you present your company and your brand to candidates.

If a candidate has been disappointed by the way he or she was approached or treated, they will be less likely to purchase products or services provided by your company. The North American CandE Awards researchconclusively demonstrates that 46% of candidates who believe they have had a “negative” overall experience say they will take their alliance, product purchases and relationship somewhere else…

 

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