When going through your recruitment process, you want to put your best foot forwards. Your candidates should see the best of your business with a seamless and helpful approach. Get feedback on your recruitment experience with a recruitment satisfaction survey.
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Ask one question at a time and use images throughout. Filling out your survey will be a breeze.
Analyze your data in a beautiful survey report. Connect it to Google Sheets or your favorite web app.
People abandon surveys because they get bored. Typeforms ask one question at a time to keep people engaged. Photos, GIFs and videos make them fun & interactive, so you get more insights to power your business.
Embed surveys directly into a web page (no coding required) or with the click of a button, share via email, social media, or even through our Slack integration. Easy to complete on any device—so respondents can do it on the go.
We’ve got templates for all sorts of things, from customer feedback and lead generation forms to digital marketing quizzes.
Your employees start to build a perception of your business from the first touchpoint, not the first day on the job. That’s why a positive recruitment experience is important for employee retention and employee satisfaction.
If you start out on the wrong foot, you could be affecting how well new employees settle in. Don’t allow negative recruitment experiences to affect top talent in your business. Run a recruitment satisfaction survey and ask them to help you fix problems in the process.
A recruitment satisfaction survey can tell you where you are going wrong in the recruitment process, whether it’s internal or external. There are plenty of things that could cause a top candidate to give up. Are there too many interviews or are things just not clear enough?
Send a survey out to those who took part in your recruitment process and find out how you could improve.
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