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Streamlining the Interview Process

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Kirsten Davidson
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Kirsten Davidson

Senior Partner at Employera

5 Steps to Create More Efficiency and Make Hires More Quickly

An efficient interview process is a win-win for everybody. Candidates walk away with a positive impression of your company, while your team and company benefit from faster hires.

But making lasting improvements to a process used by so many different people across your organization can be tricky. Discover easy ways to make things more efficient in this webinar.

Led by Kirsten Davidson, Senior Partner of Employer Branding at Employera, you’ll learn:

  • A five-step approach to streamlining your interview process

  • Results companies have seen after creating more efficiency

  • How Lever supports a better interviewing experience

With more focus on the candidate experience then ever before, now’s the perfect time to uplevel your interview experience. Discover how to make lasting change in this webinar!

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Kirsten Davidson

Kirsten Davidson

Senior Partner, Employera 

Kirsten leads a multi-disciplinary team of employer branding, candidate experience design and employee engagement experts to help large companies get better at attracting, hiring and keeping the right people. Prior to Employera, she was head of employer brand at Glassdoor, where designed best practices and consulted on the use of the platform, cultural evolution, and organizational change to improve employer reputation for brands global brands.  Before that, Kirsten lead employer brand at Visa and eBay, where she worked closely with senior executives, recruiters, internal communications people and outside consultants on global branding, recruiting support, retention and change management initiatives. Previously, Kirsten was managing supervisor for the Autodesk account at global public relations and social media firm, FleishmanHillard. Kirsten has a Bachelor’s degree from Westmont College.