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A little mystery can be fun, unless your livelihood depends on it. Be upfront and clear about your hiring process. Starting with the initial call, establish the hiring timeline and ensure your candidate’s understanding of the entire process.
Providing an excellent candidate experience from the beginning will help put you ahead of the competition.
You’re the face of the company during the interview process. If you’re showing compassion for the candidate, it reflects well on the organization. Who doesn’t want to work at a company that’s known for its compassion?
Ask the candidate for feedback - it shows you care about their experience. A simple email asking a few questions about their candidate experience will give you valuable feedback, and give them the impression that you really care.
Respect Their Time
Respect is like compassion, it mixes well with everything. Asking for an excessive amount of interviews is not a good use of either of your time. Stick with the standard 2-3 interviews. Being known for requiring an excessive number of interviews, coupled with the risk of rejection, may make potential candidates afraid to apply.
Want to know more? Dig deeper into aligning candidate experience with patient care.