Not having feedback about your interview or when you send your resumé and the company doesn't say anything, not even a rejection.
I'm aware that some companies receive hundreds of applications and can't answer all of them, but it is frustrating nonetheless.
Yes! A company should always respect that you gave your time, and the nerves it takes to show up for an interview. These can be nerve-wracking, and that should be appreciated.
Agreed. It's almost impossible to know how to improve or make oneself more hire-able without that knowledge. I provide it to many applicants at MousePaw Media, but I've seldom received it from any company I've applied to.
Same experience. I've hired for open positions myself as CTO of a small startup and I make sure to always give honest and open feedback so that candidates know why I don't think they fit the position. I don't like it myself when I'm left to wonder why I wasn't selected for a position.
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