he con side is that what you are left with are the best of the test takers and positive pool of candidates. How can that be a problem? This group is the most desirable and most likely to have other options and hardest to pend down. They can represent a high level of turnover if not matched well.
The upside is that the process is legally defend able and supports the equity and efficiency models in use today.…
ommend without hesitation.
Kudos to you Marie for what you have accomplished now and in the future!
@Dave - Good interview. You have consistently generated value with your interview series. Keep up the good work.
Added by Jim Stroud at 2:55pm on December 11, 2009
ontrol, CCTV), Customer Service, Operations, Recruiting, Training, Retention, and Relationship Management. A competitive person by nature always looking to increase industry knowledge and responsibilities.
Please forward me any contacts you think that may benefit from my background in the Security Industry or any opportunities outside my field as well.…
der, accomplished and proven seniors--there is hardly a learning curve to get them contributing to teams results. Their stability is legendary; and their value as mentors should never be overlooked. Many actually pioneered the technology, product, and industry positioning many employers enjoy today.…
now? Entry level, fine. If you can fit your resume with 15 years of experience on one page, you won't get a job cause you haven't accomplished anything.
Second, Animal - <eyeroll> you just had to go there, huh?…
n Technology industry - in either one of these areas:
- renewable energy (wind power; solar power)
- maintenance of systems (wind/solar)
- e-waste recycling
- e-vehicles (commercial applications)
I am based in N.Van...and since you are located in this area, would you have any advice on opportunities in these areas?