A troubling new trend has developed in the hiring process—ghosting. It refers to either the employee or employer disappearing from the interview process without warning. According to a recent survey from Indeed, the practice has grown steadily among jobseekers and employers, even though it creates a terrible candidate experience and can threaten an organization’s reputation. Have you ever experienced ghosting, either as a jobseeker or employer? If you ghosted someone, what made you do it? If you were ghosted, did it change your perception of the organization or jobseeker?
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