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The candidate journey is the path candidates take when they apply for a job with a company. On this journey, candidates experience several points of contact and develop an individual perception of the process. Consequently, the candidate journey represents the candidate’s trip, from a preliminary search for new challenges to the company’s decision-making process and then to the completion of the application process.
Before we turn to the question of how we can optimize the candidate journey, we should first clarify why it’s important at all to optimize the candidate journey. The candidate journey is the path the candidate goes through when he applies for a job with your company. The more positive the candidate’s points of contact with your company are, the more completed job applications you’ll receive. Are you not getting enough applications or none that are qualitative? Then you should take another look at your candidate journey and find out whether you can optimize it.
You may be familiar with this problem: in your analytics, all your traffic and applications are generated by the career site and you can’t identify any specific sources. Ideally, however, you would like to track each step of the applicant in the candidate journey so you can optimize your processes. In this article, we will explain how errors can arise during tracking and what you can do about it.
It’s important to know where your website visitors come from. No matter whether they visit your career site or your job advertisements. If the visitors come from abroad, this may not bring you any applicants. These clicks from foreign countries only lead to clicks on the job advertisement, but not to actual applications. The same is true for clicks from the wrong region.
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between the terms candidate journey and candidate experience? In this article, you will learn how to distinguish candidate journey from candidate experience.
In order to optimize your candidate journey, you first need to understand the current path that candidates must take at your own organization. Put yourself in the position of your candidate and check step by step how you feel about the process that a potential candidate has to go through. In this article, we will reveal six key components of the candidate journey that will help you to evaluate your own process.
The candidate journey describes the path a candidate follows when applying to a company. Throughout the journey, the candidate experiences several contact points and develops an individual perception of the process. In this article, we will explain the benefit of the candidate journey and how it relates to each step of the process.
The candidate journey is the path candidates take when they apply for a job with a company. On this journey, candidates experience several points of contact and develop an individual perception of the process. We have clearly summarized the candidate journey in an infographic.
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Traffic on our career site has increased by 200–300% since Talention was implemented, and we have been getting 20% more candidates on average in the past 5 months. In addition, we have considerably more transparency over our entire process today.
Christian Wolf Gi Group Deutschland GmbH
The implementation of Talention was fast and uncomplicated. Our contact person was personally always at our side so that we felt well advised and well prepared. After just a short time, we were already able to get things moving.
Désirrée Kopp Reifenhäuser GmbH & Co. KG