Apploi Releases New Whitepaper to Help Hiring Managers Turn Job Candidates into Brand Advocates

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(Apploi.com) announced today the release of a free whitepaper titled Priority for 2015: Turning Candidates into Fans…Job or no Job. The whitepaper provides useful and practical information to hiring managers who want to learn the Best Practices for Creating Brand Advocates out of Job Candidates during the Hiring Process.

Best Practices for Creating Brand Advocates out of Job Candidates during the Hiring Process.
Today it’s more important than ever for companies to focus on the candidate experience during the application process.

Apploi (Apploi.com) announced today the release of a free whitepaper titled Priority for 2015: Turning Candidates into Fans…Job or no Job. The whitepaper provides useful and practical information to hiring managers who want to learn the Best Practices for Creating Brand Advocates out of Job Candidates during the Hiring Process. This whitepaper builds on Apploi’s mission to change the way companies hire.

This whitepaper is perfect for any forward thinking company and anyone who is responsible for interviewing and screening candidates. The whitepaper is free to download at http://www.apploi.com/whitepaper2015. The information in this whitepaper can help change the current interview model where candidates are often left wondering if they got the job or why they were not a fit. The best practices outlined in the whitepaper can help you change the perception of your company and build a network of evangelists for your brand and who are telling others why they want to work for you.

Leading brands now use Apploi to fill their open service, retail and hospitality jobs including: Rue21, Uniqlo, H&M, Cinnabon, PayPal, Firehouse Subs, Jamba Juice and more than 3500 different companies who posted their job openings on Apploi.

“Today it’s more important than ever for companies to focus on the candidate experience during the application process.” said Daniel Freedman, Apploi ‘s Chief Strategy Officer. “Even if you aren’t hiring someone, you want them – and their wider circle of friends and family members – to think positively about you. If you don’t, that’s costly both in terms of customers and future candidates. This paper by Tony Fogel offers the best practices to do this correctly.”

Apploi’s partnership with cities and states, including New York State, the City of Baltimore, MD, and Washington State, colleges, libraries, and shopping malls, means that Job seekers can apply at Apploi’s public kiosks placed strategically throughout the United States. The Apploi job search Kiosks connect job seekers to opportunities they might otherwise miss using traditional job search techniques.

In addition to the Kiosks, Apploi offers a mobile job search App which is available to download in both iOS and Android devices. Using the mobile app, users can search for jobs on their phones or tablets using GPS to target local jobs based on their location.

Using Apploi, job seekers do not even need a resume. Users find an interesting job, answer a few simple questions and then submit their application.

About Apploi
Apploi is an ecosystem for the job seeker. The Apploi app is available on the Google Play and App stores, as well as on the web, where job searches can also find written and video job search advice. Working with over 3500 brands across America, Apploi posts jobs, mainly in the retail, services and hospitality industries. Users applying directly though the app can use a video response to show their personality far more effectively than a traditional resume could. The Internet never did for the service industries what it did for corporate hiring, and we're trying to change that. Apploi has been recognized by the White House as an American Innovator and was a 2014 Tabby Award winner.

Employers wishing to learn more can contact employers(at)apploi(dot)com or call 212-273-9694.

For press inquiries please email press(at)apploi(dot)com.

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