Wine and dine candidates

Wining and dining of unsuccessful candidates is a key feature of global business and financial software Intuit’s candidate experience, talent professionals at RecFest 2018 have heard.

Jennifer Mullen, senior talent acquisition manager – global at Intuit, told the audience in London that taking 10 candidates “to a fancy restaurant” once a quarter gave her and her team valuable insights into the experience of Intuit’s candidates. “We ask them what they liked about the process and what they didn’t like. And because it is a relaxed environment, they are...

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