Employees are used to being “ghosted” by employers and are giving back in kind. Candidates say they often submit applications for jobs and hear nothing back. Now many believe it’s okay to return the favor by not showing up for jobs they’ve accepted or just ditching jobs they don’t want. According to one survey, a startling 40% of employees think it’s acceptable to ghost companies during the interview process. Over 20% said they ghost when a company stops communicating with them; 30% said they do it because they accept another job, and 19% said they ghost because the job is a poor match. The recent increase in ghosting is likely because of the tight job market, in which employees have more leverage. Read the full article.