Why It’s Important to Provide a Good Candidate Experience

Why It’s Important to Provide a Good Candidate Experience

When it comes to recruiting a new addition to your team, ensuring your candidate experience is smooth sailing is crucial to your branding. We understand how important this aspect is in recruitment, as all candidates should be treated fairly and given the time and feedback they deserve.

According to the CandE report, 88% of job applicants are more likely to buy from a company where they had a positive experience when it came to applying for a job. So, we believe when you are wanting to recruit, making sure the candidate has a good experience is at the top of your list.

It’s inevitable that you will have unsuccessful candidates, but being mindful about how you treat them is important. If you take the time to reply to their e-mails, providing feedback if they ask, then they will feel positive about your company.

In this digital age, it’s easy for candidates to reach out to others if they are unhappy with the experience they have undergone, whether that’s through their own social media or on website’s that review interview processes and workplace environments.

Using Kiwi Recruitment’s services can guarantee an organised approach to hiring. We believe in trying to help each candidate with every step from applying for a role to getting them an interview and we also make sure to give effective and honest feedback if they are unsuccessful.

“It’s about making this process easy for both members of the party,” Brendon Cook, Kiwi Recruitment Director explains. “We understand the importance of communication and making sure no applicant is left in the lurch. Job seeking and recruitment both take time, so it is our mission that the applicant has a smooth recruitment journey and that we save time for our clients.”

If your business wants an extra hand with the recruitment process, ensuring that the applicant has a good experience, get in touch with a member of our team through our website or drop us a line on Facebook or Twitter.

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