Candidates are the backbone to an organization’s success, a cornerstone to the longevity span in terms of footprints and brand image. A good hire is of a premium and comes at a cost, arising from an elaborate hiring process. The last thing any recruitment team would want, after going through the rigmarole of the recruitment stages, is the perfect candidate rejecting the job offer.
In a candidate driven recruitment market, skilled candidates are spoilt for choices and have the liberty to choose a role which commensurates with their goals. Gone are the days when the employers used to rule the roost in the hiring space. Now, in this scenario, it’s not uncommon to see job offers being spurned but it becomes a sore point if it turns out to be a regularity.
The following are few of the main reasons for the candidates not accepting your job offer:
Investing in a good candidate is akin to laying a foundation of a strong relationship, therefore any indication of a crack in it should be immediately dealt with. The skills of a perfect candidate are worth its weight in gold, bound to eventually have a say in a high return on candidate investment.