Employee “ghosting” occurs when a job candidate or employee severs the relationship without any notice. It most commonly occurs with early-stage interviewees or newly hired employees, but can happen at any stage of employment relationship. It’s hard enough when an at-will employee hands in his or her two weeks’ notice, but ghosting can (and does) leave employers in the lurch.
This is an seller’s market when it comes to employment. So people with even little discouragement, they can walk out the jobs. This is a very difficult situation. There are many incidents of part-time employees in Japan doing inappropriate things and posting of SNS. This isinteresting.