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Job seekers lose interest if employers take more than a week to get back to them

This is becoming more and more of an issue in a candidate tight market. Candidates tend to lose interest in roles and also question the business they are joining when not given prompt feedback. This also effects not only the businesses employment brand but also the individual hiring managers brand.

http://www.smh.com.au/business/workplace-relations/jobseekers-lose-interest-if-employers-take-more-than-a-week-to-get-back-to-them-20170523-gwbbqp.html

Robert Half graph about applicants

 

Article credit – www.smh.com.au, www.roberthalf.com.au

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