Webinar

Striking the Balance: Volume Hiring and Positive Candidate Experience

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There’s no doubt that hiring 20,000 new police officers in the UK is going to be a challenge for you and your teams.

It’ll require smart ways of delivering large numbers of new officers to your ranks and we know that providing a positive candidate experience is key when it comes to attracting and hiring the talent you need.

But how do you balance candidate experience with the time it takes to deliver recruitment on a volume scale?

During this webinar, Nicola Sullivan, Business Development Director at Meet & Engage, shares how quick-to-deploy live chat and chatbots can be part of the smart solution to achieving that balance of positive candidate experience and evermore efficient delivery.

Discover how best to:

  • Improve candidate experience and engagement on a volume scale
  • Support diversity and inclusion by empowering candidates to be their best throughout the recruitment journey
  • Reduce inbound enquiries to your team through FAQ bots
 

The session runs for 45 minutes including a Q&A at the end

 

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