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The 2017 Talent Board Candidate Experience Benchmark Research: Pre-Employment Assessments and Testing

Pre-employment assessments and testing are critical components of recruiting and hiring today and have been on the rise around the globe each year according to Talent Board global candidate experience research. Assessments also differ significantly among CandE winners and all other participating companies. CandE winners have the highest positive candidate ratings in our research and... read more

Register Today for the 2018 Candidate Experience Workshop Series

Join us for a Talent Board Candidate Experience Half-Day Workshop in a city near you – Register Today! Click below on a city to learn more and register. These half-day Talent Board workshops will include: A keynote presentation from a CandE Award winner Talent Board candidate experience benchmark research Multiple opportunities to network with your... read more

What Companies With a Great Candidate Experience Do That Others Don’t

By John Hollon on RecruitingDaily The longer I write about recruiting and hiring, the more I believe that the candidate experience needs to be at the heart of how every organization recruits and hires people. And the longer I write about recruiting and hiring, the more clearly I see that is not the case. This... read more

The 2017 Talent Board Candidate Experience Benchmark Research: What Recruiting Technologies Employers Are Investing in for 2018 and Beyond

Although most candidates could care less about the technologies companies have in place to empower their candidate journey from before they apply to being hired on, when the tech doesn’t work right, negative candidate resentment can certainly increase. Having the right technologies in place combined with sound recruiting processes and savvy talent acquisition professionals can... read more

Why Companies Should Care About Job Seekers They Never Even Plan To Hire

By Georgene Huang on Forbes Most people I know don’t enjoy the job search process, not just because their financial livelihood and career are at stake, but also because they have to sell themselves to strangers and inevitably deal with judgment and rejection along the way. Possibly the only thing worse than being turned down... read more

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