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Even after being offered also candidates will usually decline the offers smetmes to check their market values So what would be the suggestions to reduce these kind of things

  1. Candidate's offer decline depends on entire hiring process starting from source to hire. Offer to drop out can be reduced through the following steps: Understand the candidate's aspiration. It really doesn't make any sense if candidate's aspiration doesn't meet what you are offering. The candidate gRead more

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There are times when the candidates are hasty to answer our calls and they will be not willing to talk In cases like these prima facie what are the things we should takecare off

  1. It's essential to be empathetic towards the candidates.. We never know what state they are into. If you happen to stumble upon a hasty candidate, its always better to be patient, drop emails with the JD, company profile and additional info like your contact details in your mail signature... With pleRead more