Workers 'ghosting coasting' is latest challenge for employers
- US employers are desperate for workers, sometimes hiring employees without a full vetting.
- Recently, some new hires have been showing up just long enough to get paid before disappearing.
- One source called the practice "ghosting coasting," the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta said.
Vanished. Left on read. Stood up. Ghosted.
It has become a fact of modern social life that someone will — at some point — leave you hanging without any explanation. Odds are you've done the same to someone else.
Now, that social disappearing act has arrived in the workplace in a new way as US employers scramble to find staff — sometimes hiring candidates without a full vetting of their qualifications.
Ghosting has become such an issue for employers that none other than the …
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