From Talent Board:
Businesses weathered a series of intense storms in 2022, from soaring inflation and a potential recession to plummeting unemployment and record attrition. In the face of this continued uncertainty and volatility, companies are challenged to deliver a positive candidate experience — and candidates are noticing. Globally, the rate of candidates reporting a great experience in the annual Talent Board benchmark research has trended down, while multiple regions (EMEA, APAC and Latin America) are reporting higher rates of candidate resentment.
Employers need to monitor these trends. When you provide a great experience, candidates indicate a willingness to maintain a relationship with the business or brand — whether that means reapplying in the future, recommending others, making purchases (for consumer brands) or, for internal candidates, choosing to stay with your business.
Join Talent Board for an informative webinar on Thursday, February 2, from 12-1 pm ET to kick-off your 2023 by reviewing the top 10 takeaways from the CandEs global 2022 candidate experience research.