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Demonstrating that you are willing to let them go for the appropriate reasons will help you maintain the relationship in the long run and will give the impression that your firm isn’t desperate for exceptional applicants. Keeping a candidate warm doesn’t have to be a sinister endeavor. When your hiring process takes longer than expected, this article explores strategies to keep applicants motivated. We look at three stages of the hiring process and provide some sample emails and recommendations to help you out the next time you hire.
Warm-up emails should be brief and encourage applicants to contact you with any questions they may have.
Depending on your company culture, you can change this sample email for different hiring stages and use a more casual or formal tone.