Best of ERE: Just Because You Replied to Candidates Doesn’t Mean You Gave Them Great Experiences

Creating a great candidate experience means creating an actual…well…experience. Translation: No ghosting!

Still, even companies that do not ignore their candidates sometimes fall short with templated, robotic messages that fail to engage applicants.

We can all do better. Every employer owes it to candidates to do right by them and communicate in meaningful, timely, and human ways. To help you conjure awesome experiences for your candidates, check out this compilation of top candidate-experience stories from the past year.

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Vadim Liberman is editor of ERE.net (the devil wears TJ Maxx) and a workplace renegade advancing how we think, work, and live. He has previously worked as a strategy consultant to HR and recruiting tech companies at The Starr Conspiracy, as a talent management professional at Prudential, and as senior editor of The Conference Board Review, a magazine for business leaders. Vadim loves to talk about all things talent acquisition and Bravo TV shows. Bring it!

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