The ideal length for a company’s hiring process has been a debatable topic for years. The irony of the situation, though, is that there should not be any debate about it.
The facts are:
1: We have a hiring team with pressure to fill an open position
2: An eager candidate with multiple job options to consider
3: A recruiter offering the client a solution
Who has the upper hand here? The candidate of course, so why does a hiring manager take so much time to move a candidate through the process even with all the guidance the recruiter provides?