Wow. The nine most dreaded words any employee ever would want to hear. Questions run through your mind like, “What do I do?” and “How’s my wife going to react to this?” It is final, he makes it clear. No amount of begging or pleading will make it better. It is a done deal, the decision has already been made. Like it or not, you are out the door. It is a decision you are going to have to live with, whether you are guilty of the charges leveled against you or not. It is a proven fact, by the way, that in human resource circles, lying to have an unpopular employee fired is a common practice. And it is acceptable. If you didn’t form a close working relationship with the supervisory staff, they can say anything they please about you and get away with it.
When you’ve been sexually abused, it never goes away, and to have someone touch you intimately without your permission will cause trauma, intended or not. I wonder if DHS gets a cut from any referrals to shrinks?
With that out of the way, how exactly do you come by these great opportunities? Make sure that when you sign up with any mystery shopping company, that you ask to be notified by e-mail when any opportunity turns up. There are shopping scheduling companies – businesses like Quality Scheduling Group, act as a kind of vikarbyrå for those who look for part-time jobs as mystery shoppers. All you need to do is to sign up for free with such a scheduling company and let them send you on assignments.
You must consider the background of the specific recruiter that you will work with at the Recruitment agency you ultimately select. You will want to find a recruiter with a back ground in Engineering and a proven track record of recruitment experience and success. Ideally, you need a Recruiter that understands what this job looks and feels like.
So when the economy takes a downturn the first actions taken is for the companies to cut back their costs. That generates the unemployment and in this day and age that unemployment is a staggering figure and very scary. It is scary because the chances of most of the unemployed getting back to work is very slim. The competition for those jobs that exist or are open is extremely high. Usually in mild to moderate cases the applications for the existing jobs will seldom exceed 100 applicants. Usually they will be about 20 to 30 applicants. In this day and age of unemployment the amount of unemployed brings the competition to a figure of over 1000 applicants for each job.
I have noticed several things at the various recent career fairs I have attended. First, the composition of the exhibitors has become skewed not just toward sales, but even more towards MLM. Second, the education level of attendees is rising as are average ages, as well. Third, resumes continue to suck. So I am going to camp on these subjects for a while and explore some causes and some remedies.
In most offices, the clients get to do the interviewing of the shortlisted applicants. The Human Resource Officer of the client gets down and dirty with these applicants to finally get to the bottom of the issue: choose who wins the position. On the other side of the coin, there are also patrons who leave it all to the employment agency. They trust the latter more than enough to just admit whoever is selected out of the agency selection process.