|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.
Letter from - Microsoft|
Submitted by - Mr Angry
Last updated on 08/03/2003
And the letter reads:
This email is to inform you that your resume and or name/contact information was submitted to Microsoft Staffing through our Employee Referral Program. We'd like to thank you for your interest in Microsoft. Your resume or contact information will be made available to the appropriate recruiter(s) and submitted to our applicant database which is available to all recruiters for consideration. If there is a skill match to an opening, a member of staffing will contact you directly to speak with you further about opportunities. If you do not hear from Microsoft, consider your status active as your resume or contact information will remain accessible for additional review as open positions change. Our database ensures you will not need to resubmit additional information to Microsoft unless your contact information, education status or work history changes.
Thanks again for considering Microsoft Corporation as a potential employer.