How to Provide a Quality Candidate Experience for Non-Selected Candidates
Every interaction that a candidate has with your company is impactful, perhaps none more than when they receive the dreaded rejection notification. How you handle this situation will not only determine if they apply again, but can also impact what they tell their network about your company and potentially if they purchase your products or services. Candidate resentment can negatively impact a company’s bottom line.
In this workshop we will cover how to reject candidates with professionalism and empathy at every stage of the hiring process from initial application to final interview. While no candidate enjoys being rejected, if done correctly, they will leave with a positive impression of your company.
- Learn what method of communication to use at each stage of the process
- Understand what role the hiring manager plays in the rejection process
- Guidance on what to say to candidates when notifying them that they have been rejected
- Tips on to provide a quality candidate experience to reject candidates
This virtual workshop will be held on September 30 from 12-130 pm ET. Get 1 SHRM & HRCI credit for attending as well!
This is the fifth in a series of new virtual workshops that Talent Board is planning for 2021 for HR and recruiting leaders and their teams. Talent Board is the first nonprofit research organization focused on improving recruiting, hiring and the candidate experience.
Although registration is free, donations are welcome (recommended donation is $50 per person). Donations go a long way to help us continue our mission!
Space is limited to 30 seats per workshop, so register today! We will also keep a waiting list if the workshop fills up. Seating is limited and registration is free for HR, talent acquisition and recruiting professionals, so reserve your spot now. All others including HR and recruiting technology solution providers that are interested should email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Thank you!