This article examines the idea that a negative experience with a recruiter can potentially result in a positive experience for a job candidate. It states that in spite of a recruiter's bad behavior, the candidate may form a positive impression due to the effectiveness of recruitment and hiring efforts. It acknowledges that there may be times where candidate experiences are not ideal and suggests that recruiters focus on enhancing the candidate experience and crafting positive ones. The article offers several suggestions, such as prioritizing candidates’ time, understanding their needs, being transparent, and proactively addressing issues. Ultimately, it argues that by taking steps to improve the candidate experience, recruiters can create a memorable one even in the midst of dealing with negative feedback.