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Candidate Experience Survey 2014

David Earle

GraphAn analysis of North American recruiting practices from data provided by 95,000 candidates and 150 employers.

This 2014 study is the latest in a four year old effort to document employers’ talent acquisition practices and candidates’ experiences with them. There are two sets of data: one where employers identify and evaluate their talent acquisition processes; and a second where job applicants describe and evaluate their experiences as candidates.

The study was designed to reveal the effects of various talent acquisition practices on the candidate experience and, potentially, business outcomes.

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