How Video Helps Prevent Ghosting for Recruitment Professionals

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28% of workers have backed out of a job after accepting an offer.  That's according to a study from Robert Half.  It's a practice often referred to as ghosting. 

What is ghosting? Basically, it’s when a candidate or new hire will suddenly and without explanation end all communication with a prospective or new employer. This includes not showing up for scheduled interviews, accepting an offer but not arriving for the first day of employment, and disappearing from a current job without notification.

So how do employers deal with this phenomenon?

Digi-Me’s latest whitepaper discusses how video technology can help prevent ghosting of candidates and new hires. It explains ghosting in detail, why it is a problem and how better communication with video can build a relationship with candidates, thus reducing ghosting which can harm businesses and their budgets.   

This whitepaper will:

  • Help prevent candidate and new hire drop-off
  • Explain creating authenticity with video and creating relationships
  • Help avoid costs associated