Your business’s most expensive asset is probably its people. It’s all about those brains getting your work done, so you want the best you can possibly get, right? But, if you’re not careful, you may be inadvertently driving away the best candidates with your recruitment policies. Here are five things good job candidates hate.
Tedious online applications. Go apply for a job at your company. How long does it take you? 30 minutes? An hour? Do you get almost done when it crashes and tells you to try again later? We like data. Data is good. But the method which many online job applications collect it is painful and intrusive and unnecessary. At some point, people who aren’t desperate get fed up and quit.
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