7 Ways to Perfect Your Candidate Application Journey

By Andrew Fennell

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The candidate journey is comprised of all the touch points a candidate has with your company’s employer brand as they apply for roles and work their way through the various stages of your recruitment process.

It’s vital that recruitment functions provide a professional candidate journey to all applicants, regardless of whether they are successful or unsuccessful. The touchpoints in this candidate journey will shape how your company are viewed as an employer, so the right process can really strengthen your employer brand, and help you to attract better candidates in the long term.

If you're looking to map out a candidate journey from scratch, or simply want to improve the one you already have and boost your employer brand, this infogrpahic gives you 7 actionable tips to get started.

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This infographic was provided by StandOut CV - One of the UK's leading CV advice and resource websites

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