Recruiting Self-Sabotage

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Employers recruiting today are faced with candidates who have lots of ways to find jobs, easy access to information about employers, and lots of options, despite high unemployment levels. This means employers still need to be diligent in their recruiting process. Unfortunately, there are a lot of ways recruiters may be self-sabotaging their own efforts.

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Here are some examples:

Being too specific about required education or years of experience. It’s rare that a job truly requires 5 years of experience, so 4.5 simply won’t work. The point is that if you’re being

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