Declining the Job Applicants You Don't Hire

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It's always a great feeling when a company finds the perfect candidate to fill an open position. Whether it took a few weeks of sifting through resumes and conducting interviews or a few months, securing the right job applicant also means you have to turn down the wrong ones. But what should you say to the applicants who aren't the right fit? Do you call them or send them an email? What if they get upset? 

Tracy Vistine, Messina Group's Director of Recruiting, has over 10 years of epxeirence in the staffing industry and shares her best practices for declining job applicants in Jobvite's article, "How to Decline the Wrong Job Applicant". 

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Courtney Clemmons

Courtney Clemmons

Courtney Clemmons is the Content Developer for both Messina Group Staffing and Messina Group Consulting. Before moving into her role on the Marketing team, Courtney began her career as a Recruiter working on contract, contract-to-hire and direct hire positions for Messina’s Engineering, Manufacturing, Laboratory, Marketing and Financial staffing divisions. Courtney is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a BA in Journalism.

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