Candidate Experience Matters
The Talent Board is very excited to once again join forces with the talentleadersconnect, with content, speakers and the Candidate Experience Awards gala reception to honour the 2017 EMEA CandE Award winners to follow in the evening of 1 March 2018 at The King's Fund in London.
This year's talentleadersconnect will include a Candidate Experience roundtable and Talent Board speakers and is free for HR and Talent Acquisition leaders and their teams to attend.
The EMEA Candidate Experience Awards Gala – where we celebrate the 2017 CandE Winners and share 2017 EMEA CandE research insights – will be the evening of the 1 March 2018 starting at 5:30PM at a cost of £149 per person. HR and Talent Acquisition leaders and their teams register today for the CandE Awards Gala
Note: 2017 CandE Award Winners will be sent their own unique code for registration (1 per CandE Winner).
HR and Talent Acquisition leaders and their teams can learn more about talentleadersconnect and register here.
With our record breaking over 25,000 EMEA respondents in 2017, you'll receive extensive data to differentiate your company's "Candidate Experience" and its importance to your company leaders.
Here Are Just A Few Insights From The 2016 Research - 2017 Insights Coming Soon!
Nearly half of all candidates (42.6 percent) had no previous relationship with a company before applying, meaning that the candidate experience is the first exposure they have to a company’s brand and highlighting the need to for employers to get it right.
Company values are crucial to shaping an employer brand; 47.4 percent of candidates stated that the most important marketing material influencing their decision to apply was the company’s values.
Nearly three-quarters (69.7 percent) of candidates said they were never asked about their experience by an employer, highlighting the lag in truly benchmarking how the candidate perceives the overall experience.
With 40.3 percent of candidates spending 30 minutes or more on the average application, and 13.4 percent spending an hour or more, time had less of an impact on the candidate experience compared to if the candidate felt they were able to accurately represent their skills and abilities to perform the job.
Employers are winning at candidate experience; almost 73 percent of candidates reported that they would definitely or are likely to apply to the company again.