Candidates that have their interviews cancelled or endure a lengthy recruitment process are becoming increasingly frustrated according to the latest research. In a competitive market what can organisations do to reduce time to hire and keep candidates engaged?
Cancelling or postponing interviews is one of the biggest frustrations for Brits during the interview process, according to research from Glassdoor released today. The survey found that more than two in five (44%) UK workers or job seekers say that this would be among their biggest frustrations during the job interview process, with an equal number saying it is companies not giving them enough information about the job responsibilities. Ranking third, 43% said that recruiters and hiring managers not responding in a timely manner is their biggest grievance.