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What Talent Wants: Creating a winning candidate experience

Key Takeaways

  • Why candidate experience matters
  • What really motivates candidates
  • Which trends don’t actually work and why
  • Small changes that will make an immediate impact

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About this webinar

There’s no doubt that candidate experience is one of the hottest topics in talent acquisition. Which means there’s no shortage of opinions on how to create a great one. Really: A Google search for the term returns more than 425 million of them.

So how can you decide which advice to follow and which to forget? We asked two long-time tech recruiters the same question – and their answer will help you focus your efforts on the things candidates actually care about.

Join Hired’s SVP of People, Kelli Dragovich, and Workable’s VP of Customer Advocacy, Matt Buckland, as they share their adventures in delighting candidates, reveal what really gets candidates motivated, and offer up hot takes on popular trends in candidate experience.

Meet the Speakers

Kelli Dragovich
Senior Vice President of People
Hired
As Hired's Senior Vice President of People, Kelli leads the team responsible for enabling Hired to rapidly grow and scale effectively. She's passionate about building a diverse, inclusive and authentic work environment for Hired's growing global workforce. Prior to Hired, Kelli was a Vice President of Human Resources for GitHub, and held senior Human Resource positions at Nook Media, RockYou!, and Intuit.

Matt Buckland
VP of Customer Advocacy
Workable
Matt has over sixteen years' experience in the design and implementation of Recruitment and Human Resource strategies, including sourcing initiatives, re-engineering recruitment processes and building teams of recruiters that increase quality and decrease costs. Matt's experience has taken him to a range of countries and companies, from start-ups to globally recognized brands such as Facebook, Criteo, Bloomberg and Lyst.