Companies and recruiting agencies, when trying to hire new resources, often overlook the process that would facilitate building up strong relationship between the candidates and the company. Recruiters and the company are more often looking for unrealistic credentials that would be extremely hard to find. These unfair expectations can sometimes end up alienating a large pool of candidates that never get a chance to fully acquaint themselves with what the company is all about and what they are looking for in the resource. More often than not the recruitment process is only used to identify and assimilate the resource for the crafted job description. This mindset often leaves out how and what the candidate feels about the whole process. By choosing to not give any importance to candidate’s viewpoint, the company risks forgoing significant insights that can be ascertained through the candidate’s experience of the devised recruitment process. A Candidate’s
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