I cannot determine whether they are just lazy or stupid.
As the Marketing Manager at a recruitment firm, I get emails from job applicants. I don’t recruit, my name is NOT affiliated with any job opportunities on our website, nor do I pretend to hire for a position, yet I still get applications. I try my … Read More »
This is a really interesting article (Decline in immigrant entrepreneurship threatens U.S. competitiveness) on the difficulty foreign students in the USA have in getting visa to stay and start a company. The can get a visa to work but not to be an entrepreneur. Mention of surprising stat about Silicon Valley, where the number of new … Read More »
Based on real events. Every job that has to deal with the masses has it’s challenges. Here are a few examples on how to get on my blacklist.
Be Egotistical. Continually tell them why you are a “perfect fit” for the position. Their rejections show their lack of knowledge and it is up to you to … Read More »
This question comes from our “Ask Henry” online FAQ series.
“How do you decide between 2 applicants – one with industry experience but no formal training and the other with formal training but no industry experience. ”
Over the years I have encountered every variation on this question from a recruiting assignment many years ago where the … Read More »
BC Business Valerie McTavish| August 6, 2012
The ideal job candidate is probably already working for you, so it pays for
companies big and small to develop talent within.
A full-colour projected image of Mickey Mouse is the first thing a
visitor sees when stepping off the elevator at the offices of Disney
Interactive Studios in Kelowna before being greeted by … Read More »