Click through for common mistakes organizations make in the job application process that discourage qualified candidates from applying, as identified by Jibe.
Much of the discussion in the HR and recruiting world revolves around how to attract the best candidates. With all of the channels available, both on and offline, competition is fierce to bring top talent into your company. But getting them interested is only half the battle. The next step is getting them to apply. And that comes down to candidate experience.
If you want to hire the best and the brightest candidates, you need make sure you're successfully bringing them to the end of the application process. Corporate recruiters know this, but not necessarily how to make it happen. A recent Jibe survey revealed that 80 percent of talent acquisition professionals describe candidate experience as "very important" to their recruiting efforts, yet nearly half of those surveyed describe efforts to improve candidate experience as an ongoing struggle. So how can a company do this?
Here are five common mistakes that companies make that can cause a candidate to become frustrated with an application, potentially abandoning it altogether.
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