Why don't you consider the aspect of the reasons for the employee not joining the organization? What if the employer has issued an offer letter against the asked /expected salary level. I had my own experiance that couple of companies had not issued offer letter to my expected salary level even after it was conveyed in HR interview. What if the employee gets a better choice during his job search days? Why can't he have right to choose from his pool of employers? Blacklisting is a toxic thinking and should be given up. Because this is also highly un-ethical practice.

From United Kingdom
Hello all,

The last post was directed to me and was in respect of suggested "blacklisting" a candidate who has avoided to respond to the offer letter and is not coming forward to join.

Kindly consider this:
  1. It is only after detailed discussion of suitability of the candidature, terms and conditions of employment, including the mutually acceptable compensation that an Offer letter is issued.
  2. Therefore it can not be that the offer was lower/different than was discussed during final interview. Good employers do NOT do that. Even assuming that it was so done and the offer was indeed lower/different than what was discussed, the offer letter still could have been responded to asking for clarifications OR by refusal of the offer.
  3. The least the decent professional conduct expected was a response. The conduct of the candidate in this case is evidently less than responsible!
The employer in this case has found out that the candidate he was about to employ CAN behave irresponsibly. That is why priamarily, the Offer should be withdrawn and the candidate blacklisted. Anyhow blacklisting does NOT suggest that the employer announces to the employers community about the conduct of a conduct that the employer in this case considered (if at all he did!) irresponsible. This kind of blacklisting is done for its own purpose to ensure the candidate may not considered in future!

Trust my stance is now clear!!

August 1, 2010

From India, Pune

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