Calling a candidate with a job offer is an important step for any recruiter or hiring manager. But what about those candidates who didn’t get an offer? Is it fair that most never know why they didn’t get it? Blame it on our litigious society, I guess. Most companies aren’t forthcoming with the reasons why a candidate didn’t make the cut out of fear of discrimination lawsuits.
Lauren Weber of the Wall Street Journal does a nice job of explaining both sides of the issue. Read her article here.