The term "ghosting" has slowly creeped into the hiring process, and more and more hiring managers find themselves being “ghosted” by candidates that signed offer letters or gave verbal agreements. And then they never show up and are never to be heard from again. So, how do you handle it?
Whether you are the interviewer or the interviewee, there are some things that are communicated by each party in an interview nonverbally. If we understand those, we can do some better active listening, and maybe even communicate a little better in the future.