that. If they don't understand, you waiting til the end of the year isn't going to help. A hiring manager working with you or doing an introduction of you would be an alternative. And, a hiring manager saying "Call HR and let them know I asked you to call" is not an introduction. Actually it's a blow off.
If that is not going to work for you, Sandra had a good idea. Only difference I would suggest is present to the hiring manager and not HR.…
Added by Paul Smith at 11:14am on October 14, 2011
timate selection is on them--my role is to help them sort from the best available, qualified, capable and affordable candidates with potential--which will include candidates who will fit their specific interest(s)...and MORE. I often find their appreciative of the mixed slate and often hire candidates they wouldn't normally hire based on their initial instructions.
he client is capable of stopping the interview process at any time and securing an excellent candidate by simply making an offer. If a candidate is not interviewing, the client keeps all the power.
If I were looking for a job, that is the only time I would stop interviewing.
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Like I said, in a perfect world, I'm with Bill.…
at you as a parent were capable.
Jerry Albright said:But Karen - this issue is not about needing to be protected. Isn't the candidate responsible for the image they create for the world to see? But now you're saying the government needs to step in and "protect" them from the reaction by employers for those images?
Sorry but I don't agree with needing Big Brother at every turn - especially when it comes to the ramifications of individual choice.
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Chances are these guys and gals are capable of doing more than watching a pneumatic press punch rivets into sheet metal all day, so perhaps a layoff is the time to learn a new trade and expand horizons. If they can't learn a new trade then perhaps they have to move to find a new job. That isn't exactly uncommon in any industry. If a person can't find a job locally they either do something different or move to where the work is. If it was easy for people to find work right across the street every time they needed a new job recruiters probably wouldn't have much to do.…