Yes, there are a lot of avoidable mistakes that job seekers can make during the interview process. But what about the interview mistakes that managers make? Without realizing it, you might be persuading talented candidates to turn down a job offer (or worse, refuse a second interview).

If this starts to happen often, it can cause a number of problems, including a longer time-to-fill, and a damaged employer brand. It can also affect your bottom line; according to a study, 69 percent of candidates are less likely to buy from a brand if they have a bad interview experience.

So if you’re having trouble filling roles, it’s important to consider your interview etiquette. Are you making some easily avoidable mistakes?

Here are interview mistakes managers sometimes make.