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Using Recruiter Data to Define Candidate Experience
Candidate experience is something most employers agree is important, but the resources available to measure it are limited.
When asked how they track the candidate experience, employers typically mention surveys or net promoter scores. While these are useful measures, they fail to monitor the entirety of the experience for all candidates. Why? Because many of the most in-demand candidates – those recruited by third-party search firms – are never tracked at all.
We sought to understand how recruiter data – relating to companies’ in-house recruiters as well as third-party search firm recruiters – could provide insights to help employers better navigate a difficult hiring environment.
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We set out to answer a fundamental question: What does our data tell us about recruiters that can help employers attract and retain the “best of the best”