Do "candidates" get special treatment at your company?

04/10/2011 | HRBartender.com

Do you see a difference between "applicants" and "candidates"? According to human resources consultant Sharlyn Lauby, applicants are people who apply for a job with your company, while candidates get chosen for an interview. If that's true, she wonders, does the act of interviewing a candidate create "some sort of relationship (albeit a short one) that deserves more"?

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