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CandE Awards: An Interview With Kevin Grossman, Talent Board

By Amy Onorato on ConveyIQ The 2017 Candidate Experience Awards, (or CandE Awards) are here. This annual awards gala, hosted by the Talent Board, a nonprofit research organization dedicated to helping companies improve their candidate experience, honors hiring organizations that have gone above and beyond to provide job seekers with a memorable and engaging hiring journey.... read more

Treat Them Like Customers

Kevin Grossman, who oversees The Talent Board’s Candidate Experience Awards program, explains what it takes to give candidates a positive impression of your company. By Andrew R. McIlvaine on Recruiting Trends What sort of experience do candidates for positions at your company go through? Is it positive, negative — or have you even bothered to... read more

Measuring Candidate Experience: Make NPS Your Baseline

  By Gerry Crispin on CareerXroads Fred Reichheld introduced the customer-focused, Net Promoter Score (NPS) in his 2003 Harvard Business Review Article, “The One Number You Need to Grow”and we’re certain the connection to today’s candidate experience is a strong one. Apparently asking your customers a direct question like: “How likely are you to recommend our company/product/service to your... read more

3 Reasons to Come to Talent Board’s 7th Annual CandE Awards in Nashville

By Ed Newman on Phenom People Talent Board CandE Awards Talent Board has pioneered the movement around improving the candidate experience. As we bring our seventh year to a conclusion, I am blown away by the level of engagement with corporations and Talent Acquisition professionals in the mission to improve the quality of candidate experience from job discovery... read more

#TheCandEs: Kudos to ALL participants

By Gerry Crispin on CareerXroads TalentBoard announced the 50 North American employers whose Candidates ranked their Experience highest in 2017. 2017 standards were tougher this year to ensure that the quality of the responses from nearly 200,000 candidates from more than 200 firms, met completion requirements, response totals and response rate goals and, could be... read more