How will you set the right tone?

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April 28, 2016
It’s easy to overlook the fact that engagement is deeply tied to the job hunt process. According to our research, the first step to improving the employee experience is recognizing that employee engagement starts before the first day that your new hire sets foot in the office. In this day and age, this is most clearly seen in the form of online research; a whopping 82% of job applicants scope out an organization’s website to get a better feel of business aims and company culture. However, only 32% find the information presented to them as being helpful. Your website is your introduction to potential new employees, and you know what they say about never getting a second chance to make a first impression! Check out a few of our other posts on the importance of getting communications right during the Job Hunt & Hiring phases: [no_unordered_list style="circle" number_type="circle_number" animate="no" font_weight=""] [/no_unordered_list]
Jackie Berg
HEAD OF RESEARCH & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

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