your profile and were so impressed that they decided to endorse you -- well then there it is (which also applies to folks like Jerry who are too busy to do the research and hit the endorse button on people and skills they are unfamiliar with...).
And as far as any confusion regarding the validity of skills and/or skill sets & endorsements from perfect strangers -- well then there it is. The complexity & confusion in life never ceases to amaze yet it all gets sorted out in the end..…
y they're with employers. However, when an employer fails to remove a "filled" job from a Job Board (they do this a lot)--it presents a problem, particularly when they fail to "decline" candidates who feel they meet the qualifications but hear nothing.
Some employers are notorious for posting a job and taking it down--only to re-post it again--suggesting they had a candidate fall-away or they're not happy with the initial applicant response.
Not all employers cause this confusion but in the eyes of stressed job seekers--they're all guilty.…
ed their buddy from a resume that was over a year old. The company has done the phone interview so the candidate moved forward.
The hiring manager you are working with thinks the candidate is a dumb ass because of the confusion that was caused by someone internally who called their buddy from a resume that was over a year old?
The error here or overt action of a company employee seems to have caused the confusion. This seems to me to be less the result of two recruiters submitting a resume ,simply unethical behavior on the part of a company employee trying to get their buddy involved.
If the candidate is not hired will it be because he was confused, didn't know his resume had been submitted, or didn't understand it was the same job or will it be because the phone interview did not go well?
It will be up to the company to decide if their employee did something wrong. If they knew that the candidate was yours, it was over a year, you already had an interview set up but the internal person did something wrong you should get the referral if the candidate is hired. In this case i would suggest to the person you are working with that the error is internal, not the fault of the candidate. My thinks if they do not hire him it has less to do with the confusion of two recruiters than it does the result of his phone interview for the actual job.
l other levels that have been leveled by this sustained lousy economy.
The visual impact of the following Photo by Doyle Partners gives the impression that "Jobs" are starting to come together; are forming and are starting to reach critical mass (but is it here or abroad?)--or is it saying "Jobs" are evaporating; falling away; and will continue to disappear as this conundrum of "Unemployment Confusion" continues?