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Unregistered 26-01-2021 10:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155145)
No need to preach to me, if the HR is not willing to conduct a follow up with you to close the application then what can you do?

You're asking too much.
Like one time I processed a candidate. Interview gone well. Offered ASAP.
On boarding etc.

Then guess what.
Candidate reject after all was done...
Cause candidate decided to take up another offer.

If you deem it as common courtesy to tell you...
It's only polite you don't waste people time and consider multiple offer at the same time.

Unregistered 26-01-2021 11:10 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155148)
You're asking too much.
Like one time I processed a candidate. Interview gone well. Offered ASAP.
On boarding etc.

Then guess what.
Candidate reject after all was done...
Cause candidate decided to take up another offer.

If you deem it as common courtesy to tell you...
It's only polite you don't waste people time and consider multiple offer at the same time.

You should tell Zurich, not me

Unregistered 26-01-2021 02:12 PM

getting less and less attractive to join big4.

partners really need to review the whole scheme alr. or else jus keep importing from india and malaysia to keep cost low

Unregistered 26-01-2021 02:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155148)
You're asking too much.
Like one time I processed a candidate. Interview gone well. Offered ASAP.
On boarding etc.

Then guess what.
Candidate reject after all was done...
Cause candidate decided to take up another offer.

If you deem it as common courtesy to tell you...
It's only polite you don't waste people time and consider multiple offer at the same time.

It's a fair world. A company can consider multiple candidates, so do the candidites can consider multiple offers. There is no right or wrong in this. It's a competitive world afterall. Gotta do what's best for ownself if a better offer does come up.

Unregistered 26-01-2021 03:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155166)
It's a fair world. A company can consider multiple candidates, so do the candidites can consider multiple offers. There is no right or wrong in this. It's a competitive world afterall. Gotta do what's best for ownself if a better offer does come up.

So don't expect HR to give you a courtesy call that you're not offered the position.

Unregistered 26-01-2021 03:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155166)
It's a fair world. A company can consider multiple candidates, so do the candidites can consider multiple offers. There is no right or wrong in this. It's a competitive world afterall. Gotta do what's best for ownself if a better offer does come up.

Strawberry candidates like Zurich can't even handle not receiving feedback after getting rejected, how to handle the dog hours of audit?

Zurich 26-01-2021 04:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155146)
People THINK HR job is to just get people to interview.
We have to liase with candidate then have to vet their application.
Then have to raised internal process.
Then need to get internal head / time / schedule / availability of meeting room.
Then after interview need to fill up more forms. Need to get bosses to approve.
Bosses also have their things. Not always in office. WFH or just on leave.

Then need to process existing staff payroll. Leave application etc.
Then still need to process exiting staff. Clearance...
Then still need to liase with IT to process asset.

So no, its not possible to go thru every single candidate and tell them.
Sorry you didn't make it

Are you from Big4? This does not look like what Big 4 would do. Payroll is handled by payroll team, and recruitment process/application/liasing with candidates are by the recruiter or recruitment team. Like recruiter (or what they always called themselve talent acquisition) will not have the access to payroll related matters or staff exiting procedures/clearance. Even for reference check, it is usually conducted or handled by a person other than the recruiter. What you mentioned above seems like a one man show in a smaller organisation, where the Big4 will have different/segregated team to handle different functions of human resources aspect of matters.

Unregistered 26-01-2021 04:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155169)
So don't expect HR to give you a courtesy call that you're not offered the position.

Thatís very misguided, itís akin to saying that the candidate does not have to respond to reject the offer after taking up another offer.

Zurich 26-01-2021 04:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155172)
Strawberry candidates like Zurich can't even handle not receiving feedback after getting rejected, how to handle the dog hours of audit?

Such a low class action to word your opinion with 'strawberry candidates' and 'dog hours'. I believe we are all working professionals here and hence no need to be so uncultured to comment on others like this.

Zurich 26-01-2021 04:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 155189)
Thatís very misguided, itís akin to saying that the candidate does not have to respond to reject the offer after taking up another offer.

Agreed. It works both ways, it is all coming down to how you treat others vs how you wanted to be treated.


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