Experian: How to match your hiring process with your brand
One in four jobseekers will cut ties with brands following a bad job application experience, and one in five will actually go as far as to stop buying from a brand completely as a consequence, research from Alexander Mann found.
Izabella Jagiello, Head of Background Checking at Experian, tells us that it’s not just marketing that affects your customers. Recruitment can also “impact how the brand is perceived by those who get to look ‘behind the curtain’, and therefore can see if your brand value matches their experience.”
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