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How much detail should you give when a candidate requests feedback? Most of the candidates which you would like to hire want to have a real opportunity to understand where they can improve. So, from the point of view of the candidate, you should be as specific as possible. All the other details about covering your back should not reflect much on the ...


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I completely understand your honest intent to provide a constructive feedback, but let me warn you, you should be really really be careful on what you say as part of the feedback, because in some places / countries, any statement containing a slightest hint of personal favoritism, choice or preference can be held against you and the organization (as ...


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Based on my experience on both sides of this process I will say it's OK to ask for this. But in most of the cases you will have your request rejected or ignored. Probably HR department have a lot of candidates and have no bandwidth to provide detailed feedback for every candidate. What you can do about the skills: read very careful the job ad (also check ...


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Would it be acceptable to send the recruiter an email Yes, of course it would be acceptable, from a behavioral point of view. However, depending of a number of factors, the recruiter might reject your request. It is in their best interest to keep themselves in the middle of the recruiting process, and not make direct connections between candidates and ...


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