- Findings of an Extensive Study Reveal the Top Capabilities to Build a World-Class Candidate Experience That Are Within Surprising Reach of Companies
As the world grapples with the ongoing pandemic and the candidate pool shrinks more every day, a critical need has risen for a clear and transformational recruitment strategy. SHL, the global leader in people science and technology, and Two Heads Consulting, founded by Matt Alder and Mervyn Dinnen, studied the current state of recruitment and produced a paper that identified six clear opportunities for creating a superior candidate experience.
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Delivering a first-class candidate experience has been at the top of Talent Acquisition agendas for several years now, but it remains elusive for many organizations. While most know the benefits, companies tend to struggle with identifying the starting point for developing their strategy.
The good news is that the capabilities needed for this upgrade are well within reach and can be incorporated within standard hiring practices. The study is based on primary research findings, and gives practical lessons from how top companies leverage marketing strategies to enhance consumer experiences.
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“While exploring the six shifts, it became apparent that the technology we need to execute is more available than many are led to believe. Our hope is that the transformation of candidate experience is not a business case, but rather business as usual.” said Brenden Mielke, Chief Product Officer at SHL.
Adding to this, Matt Alder, from Two Heads Consulting said, “Organizations can understand which shift is the best starting point for them and then build towards developing a great candidate experience incrementally. Talent Acquisition teams can use the technology they already have to start slowly experimenting as they begin to find the right blend of the six requirements.”