That’s a great list, and I agree with you on just about all of these. Employers have been in a position of power for many years, and many don’t realize that they are no longer. The way I see it, the reasons you listed subtly reinforce the idea that the employer is still in a position of power, which is actually no longer the case. I think talent is now comfortable pushing back against these hiring practices because they know they have the upper hand in this market!

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Jessica Donahue, PHR

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