7 Deadly Sins of Recruiting: Surefire Ways to Lose Applicants

There are seven deadly sins of recruiting, including requiring candidates to participate in more than five meetings and making unreasonably low compensation offers, writes Ken Sundheim, CEO of KAS Placement Recruiters. “Once an offer dips below a certain number (typically anything equal to or less than they are currently earning) that candidate feels under-appreciated, undervalued, and highly insulted,” he writes.

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