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Dispositions for Cancelled Jobs

Anonymous - Mar 20, 2019
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I found a somewhat related question on this, but want to ensure I understand. If a job is cancelled, and there are applicants who have already been interviewed/dispositioned (considered for the job) should we change their disposition to job cancelled even if they were considered at one point? Or, should we include all who have been considered in our analysis and only change the disposition to “job cancelled” for the applicants who applied after the date the job was cancelled (since they were never considered)?

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