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The cost of inefficient interview scheduling is sky-high for an employer's attraction, recruitment, and retention rates. So where is something so seemingly simple going wrong, and how can HR leaders fix it?

In an extreme job economy where the difficulty in finding, attracting, onboarding, and retaining top talent is incredibly intense, hiring and recruitment teams need to understand where the inefficiencies in their processes are to prevent precious candidates from falling out of the funnel.

In a survey released by Cronofy, they discovered that for every HR professional they spoke to, interview scheduling was a source of friction. What's more, 62% of 6,500 senior candidates surveyed told Cronofy that they’d left the hiring process because of scheduling delays (73% in the UK).

We’ve partnered with Cronofy to deliver a new webinar on Wednesday 29th September to explore what strategies and technologies are available to remove the pain points and create a more successful talent strategy - and better business outcomes.

At a time when every candidate is valuable and the pressure is fierce, TA leaders can no longer afford the failings created by poor processes and poor technology choices.
Wed, Sep 29, 2021 · 2:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour
Who can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only)
Not available.
  • Discover the implications to your business and hiring funnels of inefficient interview scheduling through real candidate insights and data
  • Consider what candidates really want in the hiring process and match your strategies and objectives to these expectations
  • Understand how technology and automation can offer a human-led but software-enabled advantage in the competition for talent
  • Listen to specific strategies and solutions that can improve your processes and reduce time to hire, and allow your business to grow at a time when this is so important


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