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If a hiring company 'ghosts' you after a bunch of interviews, here's how to stick up for yourself

A professional recruiter says that 'ghosting' is becoming more of a problem. That's when a company stops responding to you after you've done several interviews. If you've been ghosted, y ou can send the company a firm email saying it's not ok, says this recruiter. Jane Ashen Turkewitz has been a recruiter in the advertising and tech industry for more than 15 years and has become increasingly appalled at how rude hiring companies can be to prospective employees after interviewing them.
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