Poor Candidate Experiences: Part 2

Last week, I talked about how the negative impact of a bad interview can leak into a company’s customer base and compromise its brand. My example included a large cable company who lost millions of dollars due to poor interviews. You can listen to that Podcast here. So what did the cable company do to change? Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out how their changes can help your recruitment practices and perhaps even lower your cost of customer acquisition.

Poor Candidate Experiences May Cost You Millions

Let’s say a candidate has a bad interview experience at your company. Have you ever stopped to wonder how vast of an impact that single experience could have on your company as a whole? Over the next couple weeks, I’ll talk about a compelling example of how a single botched interview can effect your company more than you might think. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out why improving your candidate’s experience is in everyone’s best interest.

 

How to Improve Your Candidate Experience

During the recruitment process, what is your candidate’s experience? This is the question top talent recruiters are asking themselves. It’s possible that your current system is actually negatively affecting your recruitment efforts. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out how to improve your candidate experience and recruit the best possible talent.

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4 Hiring Tips from Billionaire Business Leaders

When it comes to hiring, quantity vs. quality is a constant struggle. Today, I will share tips from some of the most successful business leaders in the world on their hiring philosophies. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to learn how the investment of time and effort in recruiting can pay off immensely in the long term.

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Interviewing Made Simple

Most managers dislike interviewing, but see it as a necessary evil. Making matters worse is that interviews are notoriously poor predictors of future success. In fact, reports suggest that somewhere between 70 to 85% of all new agents fail. No wonder there is resistance and complacency with interviews! So what can you do? Selection assessments can help, but improving your understanding of interviewing can also increase your batting average. Today I will boil down everything I’ve read and taught on the subject to its critical core, in hopes of making this step in the hiring process simple.

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Four Rules for Interviewing: In Search for the Perfect Interview – Part 2

In our search for rules to guide the perfect interview, I first described what I have observed as the worst approaches. From there, I asked for your help to send me your go-to rules that have helped set the stage to connect with and bring out the best in each candidate. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle for two rules that one listener (a recruiting coordinator) holds to in each and every conversation.

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