Have you had a job candidate come in for an interview and then stop returning your calls and your emails?
Have you had a new hire work for a few weeks and then disappear?
All these behaviors happen in all levels of jobs (and The Wall Street Journal even shared a store of a job candidate who faked his own death to avoid telling a new company that he’d decided not to take their offer and stay with his old company.)
Now, let’s all say this together, loudly and clearly: Ghosting people is rude. Unless your actual life is in danger by letting your boss know you quit or not showing up on the first day of work, you are being rude, rude, rude.
But, let’s also say this clearly: Ghosting job candidates is just as rude. Giving someone a job offer, waiting until they’ve given their notice at their current job and then yanking it back is beyond rude–it’s cruel.
To keep reading, click here: Your Job Candidates and New Hires are Ghosting You. This is What You’ve Earned