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Art of rejecting candidates


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How to turn rejected candidates into allies.

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Art of rejecting candidates

  1. 1. Our Mission: Inform the Modern Recruiter Webinars, podcasts, ebooks &
  2. 2. What You Will Learn: ● Why You Should Care About Rejection ● How to Make Them an Ally (5 tips) ● Rejobify - a Better Way to Reject Candidates
  3. 3. Candidates can still impact your company even after being rejected. Email, review sites... Great recruiters understand the long-term impact candidates have on their company, and they handle rejections thoughtfully.
  4. 4. “If your rejection process makes a good impression, it's more likely that candidates and their network will stay connected with your brand—both as future job applicants and, depending on your business, even customers.” ~ Jeff Moore, Google Staffing Manager
  5. 5. 5 Tips to Turn Rejected Candidates Into Allies
  6. 6. 1. Tell Them Quickly but Thoughtfully
  7. 7. 2. Give honest, non-negotiable feedback
  8. 8. 3. Help candidates with their job search (they will thank you)
  9. 9. 4. Ask candidates about their experience
  10. 10. 5. Turn Candidates Into Customers (B2C)
  11. 11. (and it’s free!)
  12. 12. In Summary 1. Send rejection with 24-48 hrs (call in person interviewers) 2. Give feedback 3. Get feedback 4. Help them move on 5. Incentivize them to be a customer 6. Rejobify them
  13. 13. Thanks for Watching