Recruiters and employers seeking hourly workers are experiencing a sharp increase in interview no-shows, or “ghosting” by candidates who have passed a phone screening and have been scheduled for an in-person interview.
While it seems to be more prevalent in restaurant, retail, and hospitality, it’s happening across the board specifically for hourly job candidates. Recruiters can attract talent, receive applications, conduct a phone screen, and schedule an interview – only to have the candidate blow off the interview and not respond to follow up messages.
Are recruiters doing something wrong? While ghosting after scheduling