A couple of weeks ago, we ran a poll asking whether you seek feedback from HR or hiring managers after you’ve been turned down for a job. More than half of you – 52 percent – said they would except no one gets back to them when they reach out. Another 30 percent don’t try at all.
This is troubling. There needs to be a mutual give and take of information between hiring managers and candidates. The benefits of returned calls are an improved company reputation, as well as an improved hiring manager reputation. These benefits outweigh the time and legal restraints it takes to address the tech professional’s questions.
Read more about it in our Dice Report.
— Mark Feffer