Finding suitable candidates is hard enough right now, but losing them at the final stages of your recruitment process is a real blow to your efforts and investment made in a person.
This insight looks at why candidates pull out and what you can do to limit drop-off and make improvements.
The candidate experience
Candidates may drop off at any point in the recruitment process. For various reasons, a long, complex recruitment process, lack of communication, overpromising on the role/the package, a rigid process that doesn’t allow for flexibility – may be a better offer or an offer from another employer who communicated with them in a better way. All of these reasons can contribute to candidates dropping off through the process – all equally as frustrating.
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