gh subversion, obstruction, disruption, (misrepresentation) or destruction. In a workplace setting, sabotage is the conscious withdrawal of efficiency generally directed at causing some change in workplace conditions (in this case through a person's professional persona). One who engages in sabotage is a saboteur." (Wikipedia) Depending on the damage done, dollar damage in particular, charges can be applied for a conviction.
Sabotage, Harassment, Bullying, etc., all suggest someone(s) is treacherous, and devious, enough to do this in plain sight.
I think LinkedIn's system people should be able to detect, deter and track this happenstance. Oddities like this can be traced with the aid of the victim. Clearly the concern is: a predator, or prankster, is loose and enjoying the caper(s).…
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ent, thus making the hiring company the obvious choice. However, many of the definitions refer to a customer being on the receiving end of a service, but makes no mention of payment. By these definitions a candidate is just as much a customer as the company they are placed in. That is, of course, unless you don't feel recruiters add value or provide a service to the candidate. The fact that the definition of customer is relatively broad and doesn't always include mentions of payment being made is why I find this debate interesting!…
Added by Gino Conti at 1:57pm on February 13, 2009
ng used to pre-judge the female and/or minority candidate but not for a white male.
Frankly, I want to best person on the court: If they happen to be a short, one-legged, Eskimo lesbian that's fine with me. Yet here's where EEO guidelines and Affirmative Action have messed up recruiting: Too often hiring is based on the most qualified person of a protected class - incidentally, just as Martin writes when a person is hired simply as a result of where they went to school - rather than the best person...period.
Here's where recruiting as a function has failed; rather than challenge, recruiting as an entity is simply lying on the ground in a fetal position, seemingly powerless to take a stand.
There really is no equivocation in the phrase hire the best.
Don't hire qualified recruiters; hire the best recruiters.
lize there is no "value add" or whatever, it is just who has a deliverable, real person ("candidate") at the time. You may think you are a partner or bringing something to the table, but if another competitor find/recruits/submits the right person, the hiring manager will go with them.