73% of all job searches now start on Google. The career site was the top source of hire in 2014. Last year, 45% of job seekers used their mobile device to search for jobs at least once a day. 8 in 10 candidates are likely to use social media in their job search today. We […]
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Seize Their Moment: Is Every Candidate Journey the Same?
Just about every candidate may have the same intention on finding a new job, but how they get to their new position typically varies greatly. The process of applying for a job has evolved alongside the rise of the internet as an on-demand information resource and mobile as the medium, and that’s changed the candidate […]
Seize Their Moment: Experiencing the Full Lifecycle of Candidate Experience
Seize Their Moment: Think Beyond the Candidate Experience Status Quo
Even today when the number of unfilled positions in the U.S. is at a record high, candidates still have this expectation that the job search process will be drawn out and frustrating. The issue is, improving candidate experience doesn’t seem to be a priority for talent acquisition professionals, mainly because many aren’t even aware of […]
Seize Their Moment: Digging Into the Job Search Process
There was a time when the typical candidate journey revolved around job seekers going from job boards to career sites to the apply flow. That (linear) era is fading quickly, as the new candidate journey takes over. In today’s content-rich, connected society, power is shifting into the hands of job seekers. At the same time, […]
Seize Their Moment: What Candidates Do Right After the Moment
Last week, the first post in our “Seize the Moment” series introduced the idea of a moment—the point when someone decides it’s time to get a new job. In today’s connected world, most job seekers will instantly go to the Web and usually this happens from a mobile device. Research shows that 73% of job […]