Treat All Candidates With Respect to Close Open Jobs Quickly

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When employers are dealing with several candidates for an open position, it is important to treat each one kindly and respectfully. As the job market intensifies for talented workers, employers will find many upsides to treating all potential candidates fairly and with respect.

“Treating each person that is looking to be a part of your company in a respectful manner speaks volumes about the company and may be important to your bottom line in the long run,” says Ben Kaplan, President of American Labor Services.

To gain a better understanding of the importance of being courteous to all prospective candidates, American Labor Services would like to highlight these major points.

New Employees May Suddenly Quit
If a new employee suddenly quits or rejects your job offer, employers can make an offer to the second or third candidate. However, candidates who were mistreated during the process may end up looking for a job elsewhere.

HR Managers Build Stronger Interpersonal Skills
By going the extra step to thank every candidate after an interview, hiring managers pick up important skills they can use in their day-to-day duties. This experience can offer an invaluable learning experience.

The Company Develops a Good Reputation.
It can be frustrating for candidates to apply for a job and never hear back. Reaching out to candidates to let them know the status of their application can encourage them to apply for other jobs at your company.

American Labor maintains a strong pool of talented employees for employers throughout Southeastern New England. If you are looking for employees that are responsible, passionate, and diligent in their work, call our toll-free number at 1-844-967-5257 for immediate assistance filling a job.

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