Culture & People
This email template is for you to use when you want to welcome potential job candidates to your talent network after they have subscribed. This is a relatively new trend in the HR industry used to build high quality talent pools and provide better candidate experience.
How to ask candidates to join your talent network?
Proactive building of talent pools with high-quality job candidates is the best long-term solution for successful and more productive recruiting strategy.
If you have a list of passive candidates who match your candidate persona profile, and who have decided to join your talent network, you should welcome them your talent network.
After that, you should send them relevant and interesting things about your company, about your employees, industry trends and other content that will move them from cold to hot leads.
You should use talent network emails to present not only you job openings, but also give good advices to both passive and active job seekers, present your company’s culture, Employer Brand and your Employee Value Propositions.
Use our Candidate Relationship Management email templates to build stronger relationships with candidates and make them choose you as their next employer of choice!
Template for “Join our Talent Network” email
Subject line: Welcome to our Talent Network!
Dear [candidate name],
I want to thank you for joining our talent network.
[Company name] has built a network of talented people in [industry or field], and we are excited that you are now part of it.
As a member of our talent network, you will get exclusive news about the industry, various cool projects we are working on, career advices , our employee success stories and new job opportunities you may be interested in.
Welcome once again!
[link to your career site with CAT: “Check what is like to work for [company name]”]
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