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How to Be an Open Book to Candidates (And Get Better Applicants) By: Amy K. McDonnell on May 18, 2016.

Today, you can find out pretty much whatever you want about either a person or a company — simply by doing a 3-second search on Google. Because of this easy access to information, job seekers and employers often leave no stone unturned when researching one another. In fact, CareerBuilder’s latest Candidate Behavior Study shows that on average, job seekers use 16 total resources in their job search, and hiring managers and recruiters use an average of 15 resources to find the right candidate.

And as an employer, doing your due diligence to find potential candidates – and then to find out whether they are qualified — is indeed important. But once your research is done and your applications are rolling in, candidates tell us things on…

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