How to Reject a Job Applicant
Being direct may not be the best route.
When hiring for a position it is not uncommon to have to let applicants know that they were not chosen for the job. But what do you say when the applicant would like more information about why they weren’t chosen? This white paper reviews the value in acting politely vague and why saying “no” to the request can keep you out of a heated conversation.
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