Four-fifths (84%) of UK employers have experienced a candidate ‘ghosting’ them at some point during the recruitment process, according to new research from law firm Joelson.
The term ‘ghosting’ – which was traditionally used to describe the practice of serial daters trying to terminate a conversation or relationship without an explanation – has moved into the working world, leaving some employers and recruiters severely in the lurch.
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