ng to step up to the plate and right this.
And also, I know I come across as more the Clint Eastwood sarcastic type and we've had our comical banter with monkeys, but a certain level of that is entertainment (at least from my angle) and I do give you respect you and major kudos for consistently stepping up.
It's easy for some to think that something like this becomes personal, but it's certainly not from my end. I've just been struck by the censorship monster and it caught me again, that's all.
Again, I appreciate you taking care of this - sincerely.
P.S. Jim, that's really weird!…
-reaching consequences both positive and negative. This is true on the candidate side for obvious reasons, but it is also true on the hiring manager side. Making a poor hiring decision can wound a hiring manager longer term and not finding the right people can cripple a project or a department.
So a great recruiter has respect for this situation and truly cares that both the client and the candidate are sucessfull. Also a recruiter cares about the time involved, both candidates and clients are very busy people. I advocate complete transparency from the very beginning to uncover any deal killers or potential problems.