|IT Manager: Can you look to see if there are any resumes sent in by someone with the a Web Developers skill set, mostly HTML, ASP, SQL, Dreamweaver, Flash, freehand, and ADO. |
Janitor: *digs in the trash*
Here is one.
IT Manager: Excellent. Degree in Computer Information Systems, four years experience in HTML and ASP. Two years with SQL and VB Script. Look a portfolio of URLs. Impressive.
Janitor: I have a nephew who has a computer at home.
IT Manager: Great! We will hire him instead.
Comments by - Anonymous|
Last updated on 11/19/2012
And here is what they were:
|Please explain to me firstly the purpose of keeping my C.V on file when you have already made up your mind that you have "no vacancies now and in the foreseeable future...".That is a good reason to keep it on file, thanks!|
Secondly XYZ requires ABC to do the dirty work or?
Lastly, this one really got to me, it is not just sufficient to send a reject letter, but you want to also second guess the reason for sending the application in the first place by writing "...which would meet your experiences and interests". I am an IT Manager applying for the post of an IT Manager with the necessary experience and interests as stated in the advert...so maybe you are the one who got your "experiences and interests" mixed up. Unbelievable !!!!