How to Make the Hiring Process Less Painful (Infographic) From crafting a clear job post to tapping into a variety of social networks, here's how to help make the hiring process easier.

By Kathleen Davis

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The hiring process is often a long and arduous one, for both companies and candidates. Often business owners are so concerned about finding top talent, that they can discourage good candidates in the process.

From job postings that don't accurately reflect your brand to not following up with potential hires, there are several key opportunities to put your best foot forward as an employer that you may be missing.

The infographic below, from employment screening agency HireRight, has a collection of data from job seekers that they wish employers would take note of.

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How to Make the Hiring Process Less Painful (Infographic)

Kathleen Davis is the former associate editor at Entrepreneur.com.

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