There are four main reasons.
We interviewed company leaders and hiring managers to find out why companies no longer send rejection letters – and why those who do, still do. Continue Reading
By Vivian Giang and Lynne Guey Sub Pop Records addresses its letter "Dear Loser." The New York Times does not like the use of the word "asshole." This literary quarterly couldn't describe how bad a manuscript was. Author Gertrude Stein was probably fuming when she got this letter from publisher... Continue Reading
A longtime friend of mine recently joined me in the glorious and ever-growing ranks of the U.S. unemployed. As a newbie, I think he looked to me, an old hand at unemployment, to show him the ropes. So when I came across an online job posting that looked ideal for him, I sent it his way. He agreed it had... Continue Reading
A book called Other People's Rejection Letters: Relationship Enders, Career Killers, and 150 Other Letters You'll be Glad You Didn't Receive may not seem like the most upbeat project to work on, but Bill Shapiro found it curiously inspiring. "A rejection letter, after all, has remarkable power," he said. "A... Continue Reading