Make Gamification Work to Your Advantage
While it probably won’t be suitable for all the positions you might be looking to fill, creating challenges or games can be an effective way to engage particular talent groups, such as coders or other technical profiles. Develop a crack-the-code type challenge that invites those interested to solve a skills-based game or consider hiding hiring messages in your website code. These niche actions are an effective way to connect with specific profiles, and meeting them on their level will drive unique engagement. You could also consider organizing events, such as hackathons or networking with industry experts and management, to entice hard-to-reach talent into meeting you face-to-face.
– Create event registration pages with excellent design using the Avature Landing Page Builder: no developer skills required and tailored for different engagement events.
– Focus on top talent: add pre-qualification quizzes with engaging questions to your registration pages!
– Track leads from specific engagement activities and build out specific talent pipelines using Avature lists and tags.
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Industry Leaders in Action
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29%increase in qualified applicants
Philips gamified pre-screening and saw the percentage of qualified applicants rise by 29 percent in a single quarter.
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An American food company has candidates fill out a 10 to 15 questions weighted questionnaire, including knockout questions. To move forward, candidates need to achieve a minimum score.