hinking in terms of some of the posts by some writer in LA , that would make a jr. College placement office nerd face palm themselves into brain damage. Or the pitiful blog suggesting that job seekers who puke on their hoes due to a panic attack should smile nd apologize so the interviewer would know they are a kind person.
That perhaps would be better said ....blogs giving advice on how to find a job if your expertise is marketing, you have never been in recruiting or HR is right up there with giving advice on business development to a senior sales executive because you did a bang up job of selling your '88 Ford. If one wishes to be taken seriously don't try to give advice when you don't know whereof you speak.
Keith, as one of the most outspoken satire writers on the planet, I have no intention of being Mary Poppins but every policy needs a clause to satisfy the PC crowd and give the site management something to print in red should they wish to throw my sarcastic ass , or yours off the site without room for a lot of argument. That line can be sent to a troll or a lunatic followed by "adios and bye bye, go with God" signed the management team.
Matt..please, if you keep calling everything "awesome" it will leave you with no superlative to utter if the second coming happens in your living room tomorrow or you win the lottery. In my opinion one of the biggest mistakes recruiters make is overusing superlatives until they have no meaning. Crib away. My work here is done for a minute.…