How many times have you heard that one?
It’s far easier to understand complex ideas visually, than by wading through a whole bunch of text.
This week, we’re really taking that to heart over at Beamery.
We all talk a lot about the candidate experience, about building relationships with candidates, about treating candidates like customers.
But, at the end of the day, candidates are at one side of the process and we’re at the other.
There’s nothing quite like going through the process yourself though, seeing exactly what candidates see. Really experiencing everything first hand.
So. With that in mind, we’ve set up a little experiment for you all.
We’ve created an entirely custom workflow in Beamery to show you exactly what a candidate goes through when they enter into the system.
We’ve set up a custom landing page, form, automation workflow, reporting. The works.
Once you register, we will send you daily emails over the next few days to show you exactly what would happen if you were a candidate. It’s a full “behind the scenes” look. To use one of my favorite expressions, we’re “opening the kimono”.
You can walk a mile in the candidate’s shoes, all from the comfort of your email inbox.
Obviously, you can opt out at any time, but it’s one of the best ways of understanding the impact a solution like Beamery could have for you and for people you want to hire.
The first step will take you to a landing page that we made with Beamery. Not all inbound candidate journeys start here, some might start with a talent network form. Regardless, it’s as good a place as any to begin.
You can start the journey here.
“This has totally blown people away. Our CEO has asked us to present at the executive board meeting to share what we’re doing. The product is phenomenal, the likes of which we’d never seen before ” – Sam Ramsay, Head of Resourcing at Balfour Beatty
If you’re curious about Beamery, we’d always encourage you to do a demo. When it comes to Recruitment CRM and Marketing software, there’s nothing quite like it. You can book in a time here.