You’ve spent countless hours poring over résumés and interviewing job candidates. You’ve finally found the perfect fit, so you offer that person the job. But now it’s time to let the other candidates know they were not accepted. Here comes the hardest part of the hiring process: rejection.
Let’s face it: Rejection sucks, especially when you have to give bad news to job candidates who didn’t get the job they wanted. But rejecting candidates is part of the recruiting process. Do you reject your candidates politely and in an appropriate fashion throughout your recruiting process?