Traditional employee performance reviews typically takes place at the end of the fiscal year, and allow managers to provide an assessment of each team member. The conversation usually covers the employee's strengths, weaknesses, the results achieved, future goals, job security, promotions, and compensation.
We recently talked about the impact of COVID-19 on operations and workforce structure. While working from home poses its challenges, you can still ensure your team has what they need, by using strategies to help remote employees work efficiently.
Remember the last time you were on the other side of the interview desk? Did you have to endure a 10-minute anxious wait at reception, or were they quick to grab you? Did your interviewer greet you with a friendly smile, already knowing your name, or did they have to glance at your resume to check? Despite these actions being seemingly small, they all contribute to one thing about your company: brand impression.
These days, a single impression can mean a lot. It can be the make or break for a critical candidate accepting a job offer. As the CEO of Talent Culture said: “Candidates are our customers and if we fail to provide them with the hiring experience they expect, they will find someone else who can give it to them, just as Blockbuster’s customers did.”
On top of this, with the ever-expanding influence of social media, something like a single Glassdoor review, tweet, or blog post, can spread their impression to other candidates, valued clients, suppliers, investors and supporters of your brand.
That leads us to the question, how do we keep this impression positive? The answer lies in the comprehensive buzz-phrase Candidate Experience.