Hiring mistakes

Why Formally Rejecting Candidates Helps Your Employer Brand

Why Formally Rejecting Candidates Helps Your Employer Brand

It feels really good to call a candidate, tell them how impressed you are with them and offer them a job with your firm.

However, it sucks to be the bearer of bad news and turn down a candidate, letting them know that you thank them for their time, but they won’t be getting hired.

Since few people actually enjoy being the bad guy, many employers neglect getting back to unsuccessful candidates. But doing so is a necessary evil and does wonders for helping your overall employer brand.

3 Reasons Why You're Struggling to Fill Open Positions

3 Reasons Why You're Struggling to Fill Open Positions

You’ve crafted the perfect job description and blasted it on various job boards. You’ve conducted some interviews, but no candidates knocked it out of the park or you’ve had numerous candidates turn down your job offer. Now you’re scratching your head trying to figure out why you’re having such a hard time filling your open position.

Here are 3 reasons why you’re struggling to fill open positions that maybe you haven’t considered.

Made a Bad Hire? Now What?

Made a Bad Hire? Now What?

You’ve used valuable time, money and resources to find an employee and onboard them, only to realize you made a bad hire. This is every employer’s worst nightmare. A bad hire is expensive to keep and get rid of. However, the quicker you accept the fact that things aren’t working out, the quicker you can move forward and make a better hire next time.