“Ghosting” used to be reserved for the world of dating. Now, it has become quite common in the workplace. Ghosting is when one person — in this case, a candidate or employee — ignores all the calls, texts, emails, and other messages sent by another person — in this case, an employer. In the workplace, ghosting often happens when a candidate accepts an offer but then decides they don’t want to work for …
By: Recruiter.com – Daily Articles and News
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