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The Candidate Experience Playbook

Free Offer Published By: iCims
iCims
Published:  Jan 07, 2014
Type:  Free Offer

Are you missing out on top talent because of a negative candidate experience? More than 42% of candidates prefer an online application process through a company’s career portal over all other means of applying for a job – where do your job postings point? Can they easily allow access to your career portal or do they force you to email your resume to careers@genericcompany.com?

Discover the power of the candidate experience and how this will allow your organization to make the best hiring decisions. Complete the form to access the iCIMS Guide to Sourcing Great Candidates! In this guide, you will be able to download:

  • Mobile Recruitment Infographic – Learn why mobile recruitment has become so important for recruiters. 86% of job seekers use mobile devices for job search – are your jobs easily viewable and mobile friendly?
  • The Candidate Experience Playbook (eBook) – Find out what makes job seekers tick. There are easy solutions to the problems that turn candidates away from applying for your jobs. See their issues so you can correct them
  • iCIMS Product Tour – The iCIMS Talent Platform (highlighted by iCIMS Recruit, a best-in-breed applicant tracking system) gives candidates a great experience, whether on a mobile device, tablet or desktop (standard – no additional fees)!

To find out how to improve your candidate experience and start attracting the best applicants, complete the form in order to access the iCIMS Guide to Sourcing Better Candidates! 



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applicant tracking systems (ats), candidate sourcing, employment applications, hiring, hr strategy, human resource technology, job descriptions, online recruiting, recruiting, recruiting software/services, recruiting technology, talent management

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