he no's and the maybe's. If your candidate doesn't feel comfortable talking to you (trusting you), then much of this information will be missed. Throughout our entire recruiting process we are discussing things before moving forward. Salary is discussed more than once. Responsibilities are discussed more than once. Counter offers are discussed more than once.
Because of our recruiting process, we rarely, and I mean rarely (hasn't happened in the past 24 months) have a candidate not a accept the offer once it is made. If there are questions along the way, or 'doubts' as you say, we are discussing them. If the doubts linger and we can't figure it out, we halt the recruiting process.
The end result has to make sense to both parties. If one side is hesitating, we take it off the table. We strive for win-win for everyone and moving forward when both parties aren't 100% on board can be futile. Let's save the heartache and stop the process.
Quite honestly, we don't 'act' like the suppositions in the article are true, we ask the questions and find out what is going on, then respond accordingly. …
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