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How to Reject a Candidate and Gain a Brand Advocate

​It may not seem like the most important part of your process, but the way you turn down candidates when hiring for new roles can shape lasting impressions of your company and can either damage or boost your employer brand.

The infrastructure and engineering sector in Singapore moves quickly, and it may seem like a time-consuming process to contact each rejected candidate with personalised feedback, especially if you are fielding many candidates for the role, but effective and timely communication shows a level of respect and professionalism which will help create a positive candidate experience.

This resource covers what to consider when rejecting a candidate after they have applied for a role or attending an interview at your organization. With the right process, you can turn rejected candidates into enthusiastic brand advocates.