Demonstrating that you are willing to let them go for the right reasons helps the relationship longer-term and sends a message that your company isn’t desperate when it comes to finding great candidates. Keeping a candidate warm doesn’t need to be a nefarious activity. This article discusses how to keep applicants interested in your hiring process when it takes longer than intended. We take a look at three stages of the hiring process and offer some sample emails and advice that you may use the next time you employ.
Emails keeping candidates warm should be brief and prompt candidates to follow up with any questions they may have.
You can customize this sample email for different hiring stages and take on a more casual or formal tone, depending on your company culture.