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The Importance of Candidate Experience for Hiring in a Competitive Market

by Mike Miadich on May 22, 2018 in Candidate Interviewing, Candidate Treatment, Hiring

 

On average, positions are sitting open for 30 working days, the longest on record. Amidst the current candidate-driven market, being aware of job-seeker needs is crucial to remain ahead of the competition. By making candidate experience a major focus of your talent acquisition strategy, you’ll also lower internal costs and improve talent retention.

 

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Edgelink: Keeping the Relationship Alive

by EdgeLink on February 18, 2013 in Candidate Treatment, Client Relationship, EdgeLink Happenings

 

A good IT staffing firm will be efficient and precise at filling their clients’ open requirements, expedient in responding to client concerns and issues, and adept at gathering additional opportunities for contractor placements. That’s where most staffing firms stop; thinking success lies in filling the position then moving onto the next one as quickly as […]

 

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Embracing IT Candidates, Placement or No Placement

by Jeff Miller on November 13, 2012 in Candidate Job Search, Candidate Treatment

 

In our industry, the word “candidate” is extremely popular, a primary “building block” of our existence. Without candidates, companies like EdgeLink would not exist. Thus we decided a long time ago to redefine the meaning and purpose of the word “candidate.” While many might only seek out resources that fit a current client’s need, we […]

 

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