You’ve all heard how important it is to make a good first impression. But what about the last impression?
A poorly worded rejection email, or worse — none at all, can damage your company reputation and set those candidates on a revenge path straight to your Glassdoor page.
A rejection email is a necessary part of the hiring process but it needs to be done right. Well written ones can help you build relationships with candidates that you may hire in the future.
At a recent candidate workshop held by The Talent Board I asked Sjoerd Gehring the VP of Talent for