Rejected candidates could be the key to better hiring

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There’s room for improvement in every company’s hiring process, and a lot of the answers lie with the rejected candidates. 

Many recruiters make the mistake of not communicating enough with applicants they don’t want to hire. Not keeping them in the loop can reflect badly on the company, and not asking for feedback can result in poor hiring practices going unnoticed.

Danielle Weinblatt, founder of recruiting automation software company ConveyIQ, has suggestions on how to give and get candidate feedback that will make the experience better for everyone involved.

‘The black hole’

When job seekers apply for a position and

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