Video: The Emotional Side of Recruiting: Using Design Thinking to improve the Hiring Journey

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The Emotional Side of Recruiting: Using Design Thinking to improve the Hiring Journey

Let Sashi Kumar, Managing Director, Indeed India take you through the recruitment journey and know how to make it more seamless for all parties--recruiter and job seeker.

The Emotional Side of Recruiting: Using Design Thinking to improve the Hiring Journey 

The hiring journey can bring on a roller coaster of emotions and stress, for job seekers and talent professionals alike. For every pain point you encounter as you work to write job content, review resumes and vet candidates, job seekers are fighting their own emotional battles. In this session, Sashi Kumar, Managing Director of Indeed India, breaks down the hiring journey into its components to explore the ways in which recruiter and job seeker confidence ebbs and flows at each stage. You’ll learn that your experience may have much more in common with the job seeker experience than you realize. Learn tips for combating uncertainty and insecurity for all parties as you work towards a hire.

Topics: PMTAC, Talent Acquisition

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