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Hiring Manager: I grow tired of this applicant we interviewed two weeks ago. He is calling and asking us questions about when we will make our choice. Will he not learn? I think we should continue ignoring him and not even tell him if he was not picked. That would be expected. People do not want to hear from us right? So we will not even respond. Boy we are gonna save millions by not bothering to respond to applicants as well as the ones we actually interview.

Everyone else in the room: Excellent idea sir! We will be RICH!

Letter from - Bank of America
Submitted by - Anonymous
Last updated on 12/09/2002

And the letter reads:

Thank you for submitting your resume to Bank of America. We appreciate your interest in our company! This e-mail is to let you know what to expect during your job search at Bank of America.

Your resume will be evaluated based on the various business needs of our organization. If a match is identified, we will contact you. If you indicated a specific job number with your resume and have not heard from us within 30 days, we are proceeding with candidates who more closely match our requirements. However, your resume will remain active in our database for up to one year and you will be considered for all future positions for which you are well-suited. If your contact information or work history changes, please feel free to re-submit your resume.

Thank you again for considering employment with Bank of America.

Bank of America and it's affiliates recruit and hire qualified candidates without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, veteran, or disability status, or any factor prohibited by law, and as such affirms in policy and practice to support and promote the concept of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action, in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and municipal laws. Candidates must possess the right to work in the United States, as it is not the normal business practice of Bank of America to sponsor individuals for work visas.

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