Understand and Relate
A keen understanding of job candidates' needs, wants and aspirations will position your organization to satisfy these individuals' expectations. To establish this foundation within your recruiting activities, consider doing the following:
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- Put yourself in the candidate's shoes. Evaluate every interaction with job seekers - face-to-face, written or electronic - from the candidate's perspective. Consider what kind of impression you're leaving at each touch point.
- Set up listening posts. Listening posts will alert you when your recruiting experience isn't eliciting the right response. Examples of feedback mechanisms include online post-application surveys, focus groups with recently hired employees, monitoring of social media posts and mystery shopping of your recruitment process.
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