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Should We Inform Every Job Applicant of Their Status?

April 3, 2013
Related Topics: Interviewing, Policies and Procedures, Dear Workforce, Recruitment
What should we do with short-list candidates who don't get the job? I believe it is important that candidates invited to a job interview be informed of their status and the outcome of the recruitment process (even if they aren't the one selected). I think it gives the potential job holder a sense of accomplishment and self-confidence, but might it not also be important to our reputation as an employer? To say nothing of getting a head start on recruiting top candidates in the future? How do most organizations of any size handle this? —Tough Choices, human resources management adviser, integrated professional services, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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