10 recruiting practices that damage your business

03/10/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Common recruiting missteps can scare away the most talented prospective job candidates, Liz Ryan writes. Making your applicants fill out lengthy, detailed forms, listing unnecessary job requirements and failing to disclose relevant information can all hurt your chances of finding the best candidate, Ryan notes. "If you're in a senior leadership role, you can pull one brick out of the wall at a time, opening up the possibility that the people you need in your shop may actually end up working for you," Ryan writes.

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