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3 ways to use quick-to-deploy chatbot automation to drive and measure candidate experience

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Providing a positive candidate experience is key when it comes to attracting, retaining and hiring the talent your business needs. But how do you know if your current processes are giving candidates what they want? And are there any quick and easy solutions to help enhance the experience you provide? 

Join Sarah Brown, Head of Operations and Client Care at Meet & Engage as she talks through how quick-to-deploy chatbot automation can be part of the solution to drive a great candidate experience.

The webinar will cover what the key challenges are when it comes to measuring candidate experience and focus on quick-win ways in which chatbot technology can be implemented by your teams for:

  • Taking pulse checks of candidate sentiment at each stage of the journey
  • Improving volume engagement by combining automation and live chat
  • Reducing 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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