r, has not kept up with her commitments. She has also made many things difficult because she does not understand the position for which she is recruiting. How do you get around bad third-party recruiters?…
y to let him stay, as I threw the party.
I made a few comments about leaving, which he ignored. And then I picked him up and tossed him out on my lawn. It was my house, and I had tried to be reasonable, but he had his own house to go to.
The next year - he threw a party at his house. Everyone had to be very careful. We weren't to spill, or make to much noise, and he made us all leave early.
I find that many lessons in college were learned outside of the classroom. And those who demand you act in a certain way when you're hosting, often wouldn't allow it when they're hosting.
And so I say to people...if you don't like my party - go home and throw your own. But then again, I'm not nearly as polite as some of you.
Passing judgement on each other is how we set boundaries in a community. As for moderation, there's a reason that community managers and management are the hot topics in social media. It's certainly not confined to recruiting forums.…
Added by Jim Durbin at 1:40am on September 6, 2008