Coral Springs, FL, June 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV will examine some of the reasons that might have led to a negative decision for an individual applicant. Some of these factors could be corrected by the job seeker, yet some are not the interviewee's fault at all. One common occurrence is that they promoted someone internally, and they knew who they wanted in the first place, but felt obliged to advertise the position publicly for some reason. Often, they will say you are "not a good fit" for the company culture, which usually means the decision was strictly based on a gut feeling on the part of the interviewer. It's not fair, but it is a fact of life. Another possible reason was salary, as they often will not disclose their true budget range for a particular position and they will seldom come back to you to negotiate that point. And sometimes, the interviewer has been outsourced or is fresh out of HR school and just a bad recruiter, period. As frustrating as it is, the applicant has no control over these fact, whatsoever.
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