By now, you’ve probably heard how important a positive candidate experience can be to your hiring efforts. It can help your organization hire faster and attract better candidates. A great candidate experience can also help you secure new hires when it comes to decision time, as 87% of candidates say a positive interview experience can change their minds about a role or company they once doubted.
The connection between candidate experience and hiring success is undeniable. When you create a positive candidate experience, you create candidate engagement, which you can roll into into employee engagement through smart onboarding and other strategies. With strong engagement, you can retain the talent you’ve worked so hard to recruit. Join experts from BambooHR and Lever as they explain how to use candidate experience to boost employee engagement and retention in your organization.
Head of Talent Acquisition at BambooHR
JD has over a decade of experience as both a third-party recruiter for boutique technical recruiting firms and as an in-house recruiter. He's managed talent acquisition teams in high-growth SaaS companies and served Fortune 500 clients for the world’s largest recruiting corporation. From organizational health to recruitment marketing and employer branding, JD has used his expertise to change the way companies structure and view the functions of talent acquisition.
People Programs Manager at Lever
Elaine Yang brings diverse industry and operational expertise to her role managing people programs at Lever. Prior to Lever, Elaine worked as an HR Service Partner to various departments at UCSD Health and sailing the HR waters of academia, union contracts, and midwives. After just 2 years at Lever, Elaine has already on-boarded 160 employees and enabled people operations at the company to grow 2.5 times annually. She also leads their Ramp Camp enabling each employee for success.