Will You Be Calling Me Back? The Etiquette Of Job And Business Rejection


An interesting phenomenon has currently come to the forefront. An increasing number of organizations aren’t sending a notification to the applicants they interview but don’t select for the position. Surprisingly, this practice is becoming more prevalent at most levels, including, in some cases, even C-level executives after being interviewed by company boards.

The phenomenon applies to other programs as well, where applicants have prepared extensive material, gone through several rounds of participation and are either left dangling altogether or receive a template rejection note that is highly impersonal and even abrupt.

Written By David K. Williams

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