Making an Impact: The Candidate Experiences That Matter Most

Date: Thursday, June 27, 2019

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 60-minutes

83% of HR leaders agree that employee experience is the key to an organization’s success. But when it comes creating a streamlined, friendlier and more successful hiring and onboarding experience, many HR teams struggle to execute. Many lack resources for major digital transformation, all lack the bandwidth for endless change management. The good news: small changes can drive big results-- and in this webinar, we'll identify the areas where today's most effective HR teams are delivering higher quality hiring and onboarding without breaking the bank. 

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Critical touch points in the candidate hiring and onboarding journey
  • Opportunities to remove friction and streamline communications
  • Best practices for leveraging automation and modern tools

*Future Workplace and Beyond.com study, cited on Forbes.com

Sponsored by:



Kyle Lagunas[1]

 Kyle Lagunas

 Director of Strategy


As Director of Strategy at Beamery, Kyle keeps tabs on emerging trends in recruiting, hiring and retention strategies and technologies. Through primary research and deep analysis, he does his part to keep folks in touch with important conversations and emerging trends in the rapidly changing world of talent. He’s spent the better part of the last decade offering a fresh take on the role of technology as part of an integrated talent strategy, and providing actionable insights to keep leading organizations a step ahead of the competition. At Beamery, he leads internal research initiatives to cement the company’s market position as the leading Talent Operating System for the enterprise and uses this research as the foundation for creating programs in support of the company’s product and commercial teams.

Prior to joining Beamery, he directed IDC’s global research program covering talent acquisition and engagement and founded Lighthouse Research & Advisory--an independent HCM research firm.