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Posted on 05/05 by Erin Helms
Online applications are the norm these days. Unfortunately, these high-tech forms that simplify the recruiting and application process often fall short of this goal. The unhappy truth is that hiring managers often receive online applications that are incomplete or even abandoned entirely. So what is the problem? People are clicking on your job posting and starting to fill them out. But suddenly, something goes awry. Applicants begin giving up and skipping whole sections. A shockingly low number is completing the application. The complications are slowing down your recruiting process. You can improve the situation. Try these tips the next time an applicant leaves parts of your job application blank.
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