Employee experience is often tied to your current team members. It's important to make sure they're happy, feeling engaged, and are connected with both the team and company goals.
But focusing on the employee experience only when someone is officially an employee is hurting your chances of hiring the best candidates.
To dive deeper into the idea of bringing the employee experience into your interview processes, we spoke with Stuart Coleman.
Stuart, Partner and Senior Managing Director at WinterWyman, a staffing agency headquartered in Waltham, MA, believes it's important to remember recruiting is a competition. You're not the only viable candidate, or, as Stuart put it, "the most attractive person at the dance."
This means your interview processes need to be as positive and candidate focused as possible. Stuart suggests creating positive interview experiences with cultural honesty, transparency, and familiarity.