Candidates are ghosting: Are you doing enough to keep them engaged?
Ghosting is a thing. And employers are experiencing what it’s like being broken up with via radio silence.
The millennial coined phrase, the practice of ending a personal relationship with someone by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication, has transcended the dating world. So much so that economists at the Federal Reserve have also noticed, recently adding the term to its Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions, and officially making “ghosting at work” a U.S. workforce trend.