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Applicants reveal the worst recruitment tactics they have experienced

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Applicants reveal the worst recruitment tactics they have experienced

When attending a job interview, most candidates are so desperate to bag a job that they will go to great lengths to impress the recruiter and be shortlisted for the next stage of the process.

Regardless of how bizarre the recruiter's request is – whether it's being asked to work for free or completing strange competency tasks to highlight your skills set – the candidate will likely do it if they can get one step closer to bagging the job.

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