Candidates failing to turn up to interviews due to poor engagement

Candidates failing to turn up to interviews due to poor engagement

A recent report from CV-Library found that one in 10 (11.1%) candidates have admitted to failing to turn up to an interview.

The research, which surveyed 1,200 professionals, found that one third of jobseekers (33.8%) failed to turn up to an interview because they decided that they didn’t want the job anymore, whilst a further 22.1% stated that, following independent research on the company, they had decided that it wasn’t a good fit for them.

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  • Joe
    Joe
    Wed, 22 Mar 2017 12:05pm GMT
    It's all well and good to keep candidates engaged, but is there anything wrong with the candidate showing a little common courteousy letting someone know that they're not going to attend?

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