Employers have had it good for way too long. Back in the old days, you would put together a written outline of the ideal candidate, compose the perfect job post and then wait for the resumes to roll in.
You would then schedule interviews and make your selection based on your selected criteria.
Then you would move to the on-boarding phase and finally allow your employee to “own” their position.
This new trend is rather karmic, and leaves employers scrambling to pick up the pieces after a new hire leaves without as much as a goodbye.
Getting Ghosted is stressful and affects your bottom line, but thankfully there are steps that you can take to decrease the chances of being ghosted by your employees.