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Be Nice To People Who Desire To Work For You, It's Called Common Courtesy
Be Nice To People Who Desire To Work For You, It's Called Common Courtesy

Let me first state that  this is my own personal opinion but I think I speak for everybody who has ever applied for a job and everybody else who has a desire to ever do so.

I found myself reading a series of articles on what to do and not to do at workplace or when going for  interviews all the articles are directed to the job seekers and employees, nothing for the employer except for the fact that he needs to see profits.

 I have a suggestion to make to all employers, practice common courtesy, it doesn’t cost a dime. People spend time from writing a CV and cover letter and then researching for interviews if they are called for them.

I understand that in 1000 people that apply the company may be just looking for one candidate, can’t hire everyone, but if the applicant did not make it, to interview stages, use technology email them and inform them that they did not make it, and add a word or two of encouragement, believe me it goes a thousand mile in restoring a person’s self confidence and hope.

You don’t have to email all the applicants one by one, just collect a database of everyone who applied and send a bundle SMS to all those who didn’t make it,  under a title “Dear Applicant, because the “If you don’t hear from us with 15 days” line is old and simply rude.


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