Ghosting refers to cutting off communication with an individual to end a relationship. Many people find this behavior easier than letting the person know they no longer wish to pursue a personal or professional relationship with them.
Ghosting your Minneapolis recruiter is extremely unprofessional. This behavior shows a lack of respect for their time.
Your recruiter sets aside time to meet with you about an opportunity. They can add significant value to your career path. As a result, your recruiter should not be ghosted.
Discover the negative effects of ghosting your recruiter and the reasons to avoid this behavior.
Your recruiter does their best to find opportunities that may interest you. However, there may be times when an opportunity turns out not to be the right fit.
If you decide during the hiring process that you are no longer interested in an opportunity, let your recruiter know as soon as possible. Understanding your concerns helps the recruiter better advise you. This saves time in your job search.
Negative Impact on Your Professional Reputation
Your recruiter spends a significant amount of time setting up interviews and coaching you through the process. As a result, you must show up on time for each interview or reschedule in advance.
Failure to participate in or reschedule an interview wastes the time your recruiter, the hiring manager, and the interview team spent preparing. This can damage your relationships with both your recruiter and the client company.
Unprofessional behavior leaves a lasting impression on both your recruiter and the hiring manager. Your recruiter may decide no longer to work with you. Also, you will likely never land a job with the company.
Loss of Support for Your Career Goals
When you decide to explore the job market, your recruiter works hard to provide you with market information. They also help enhance your resume, update you on a company and opportunity, and coach you through the hiring process.
As a result, you must inform your recruiter about any changes in your job search as soon as possible. This may include deciding to stay with the company you are at.
Failure to communicate changes in your job search damages your ability to work with your recruiter in the future. If you stop responding to your recruiter’s calls, your recruiter likely will not work with you when the time comes to advance your career.
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