By Poyen Ramos on December 28, 2016
With the state of the Philippines’ thriving economy, companies are posting job openings and are in the hunt for talent to fill up those positions. However, candidates are no longer willing to wait long for interviews. Some, if not, most applicants are simultaneously interviewing at multiple employers. If they get hired somewhere else, they cancel your interview. Some simply do not show up and do not call at all.
Kalibrr recently conducted a survey of Metro Manila jobseekers to find out if they’ve ever stood up from an interview, and 40% of respondents say that they skipped an interview without informing the recruiter beforehand.
Finding out why some applicants didn’t show up for interviews can help you improve your marketing and recruitment process, making it more effective and efficient.
What you'll get the white paper:
- Why they’re not showing up
- Common reasons for not informing before becoming a no show
- Common mistakes you’re making
- What recruiters can do to avoid future no shows