In this tight job market, companies are being forced to approach the candidate experience in a new way.
Katrina Kibben, CEO and founder of Three Ears Media, which seeks to help brands improve the candidate experience, explains it this way: “Right now the candidate experience is like a one-way mirror, where all these candidates are walking by the glass. You're seeing them, but they aren't seeing you.”
To compete for top talent, especially in industries like healthcare with significant shortages of qualified candidates, employers need a different approach — a more open approach that connects with candidates in a real way. That human connection is crucial to compete for top healthcare talent.
Here’s how healthcare organizations can put the human element back in their recruiting process.
CEO, Katrina Kibben, was recently mentioned in an article on Forbes. Here's a snippet of the article:
"...as Kibben notes, AI is not a panacea. It should be a strategic complement to the human aspects of the process, including the one element that will likely always rest with people—deciding, or not, to make the hire."