Here are a list of pet peeves I have while recruiting.

1.Musical voicemail-If I have to hear your demo tape, or how smooth you are, or hear a sermon i usually check out

2. When a candidate applies for the job, the recruiter calls him/her and the applicant acts like they can't be bothered

3. An applicant who leaves me a message with just their first name, no phone number and no reason to call them back

4. Creative email addresses..I once had a guy go off on me because I couldn't find him a job...got to love working for an agency..., his email addy was hardandhung@hotmail.com....

feel free to add you own..

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Comment by Kristi Young on June 5, 2007 at 4:58pm
candidates that call me over and over again and either never leave a voicemail or leave a billion voicemails a day. please stop it.
Comment by bryan burgmaier on June 5, 2007 at 4:59pm
5) Flame auto replys wondering why a CSR wasnt granted an interview for a Director job.

6) Applicants who apply to 85 jobs at once, and really arent qualified for any of them

7) People who have everything marked as "confidential" on their resume.

I could keep going. and going. and going. and going.
Comment by bryan burgmaier on June 5, 2007 at 5:01pm
Thats a good one kristi. Caller ID is a blessing.
Comment by Penny Goodman on June 11, 2007 at 5:45pm
I hate when candidates lie. Typos too, I had a resume sent to me and first line read as follows " I am looking for position ass analog designer in dynamic...."
Comment by Glen Phares on February 4, 2008 at 7:21pm
I agree all of those are great!!

How about the " I am perfect for that role " candidate that can do " everything "
Comment by Slouch on February 4, 2008 at 8:05pm
Penny, that's funny

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