Hiring managers ghost job seekers by failing to follow up, no matter how far into the hiring process applicants are or how much sample work is submitted, writes Ludmila Leiva. Reasons recruiters give for this practice include having too many positions to fill at once, fearing claims of discrimination and not wanting to be the bearer of bad news.
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