Survale Clients Win Big at the CandE Awards

Survale Clients Win CandE Awards

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Survale congratulates CandE winners and launches new program to help organizations prepare for and enter the Talent Board’s annual candidate experience awards and research project

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – October 31, 2019 – Award winning talent feedback platform, Survale, announced today that six clients have won CandE awards at the Talent Board’s 2019 North American Candidate Experience (CandE) Awards Gala and Symposium. Further, Survale is launching a new program to support clients in preparing for, entering, and managing the CandE Award process.

The winning organizations are:

Survale’s platform gathers feedback from candidates, recruiters and hiring managers at each stage of the hiring journey, enabling organizations to improve candidate experience and optimize all their recruiting processes.

Many of Survale’s clients use Survale’s real-time, hiring stage-based candidate feedback to identify issues with their candidate experience prior to entering the Talent Board’s benchmarking research project. 

They then continue to benefit from Survale’s real-time feedback and data analytics to align and optimize their recruiting processes, track quality of hire and support strategic planning and investment.

Beginning with the 2020 CandE research and award program, Survale will provide a new service to manage the CandE entry and participation process for clients. 

“Our platform supports Talent Board’s research, our clients who enter tend to do well, and we can make the whole entry and management process seamless,” – Jason Moreau, co-Founder and CEO of Survale

As the official data platform for the Talent Board’s annual CandE Awards candidate experience project, Survale is uniquely able to monitor candidate experience prior to entry, as well as automate the process of sending Talent Board CandE benchmarking surveys to the clients’ candidates.

Survale Clients Win CandE Awards“Our platform supports Talent Board’s research, our clients who enter tend to do well, and we can make the whole entry and management process seamless,” said Jason Moreau, co-Founder and CEO of Survale. “We’ve now pulled all those pieces together to make it easy for our clients to leverage the success they’re having year ‘round  into external channels like the CandE Awards.”

Survale’s new CandE entry and management program comes on the heels of their new SurvalePromote feature that leverages candidate feedback out to employer review sites like Glassdoor.

For more information about Survale’s CandE Award entry and management program, visit survale.com.

ABOUT SURVALE

Survale’s award winning Talent Feedback Platform provides employers with an “Always On” solution for automatically gathering, analyzing and acting upon experiential data from candidates, recruiters, hiring managers and employees at each stage of the hiring process and throughout the talent lifecycle, Survale’s data provides recruiting leadership with unprecedented insights into their recruitment operations and quality of hire, allowing them to optimize and align their people and processes around common metrics. For more information, visit: survale.com.

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