Posts Tagged ‘candidate feedback’

The six rules of providing candidate feedback

The issue of providing feedback to unsuccessful candidates was highlighted in an article last week on HC online. Greg’s Savage’s blog that I referenced last week also covered this topic. Here’s a few snapshots from those two sources:   Michelle Burke   (WyckWyre Food Industry HR Systems): Failed applicants always deserve feedback. They put in…

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Too ugly or too blonde: The dilemmas and traps of looks discrimination

Recently I read about the Victorian Equal Opportunity Commission’s employment-based complaints from potential employees relating to perceived appearance-based discrimination. In the past five years there have been 107 complaints about discrimination based on obesity, 96 complaints about being too ugly or blonde and 22 for tattoos or piercings, to name just three specific discriminatory categories. My first…

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