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#106 - anonymous (01/18/2014) [-]
Sinks are good enough to pee in.. Bushes for pooping and sink again for hobo baths.
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#53 - xxkelevraxx (01/10/2014) [-]
This DOES happen and it's common practice, even. get over it
#60 - xcoreyx (01/10/2014) [-]
But that's completely idiotic. You could be throwing away the best 5 applicants without even giving them a chance. I mean seriously, you don't have to thoroughly read through every single one. Just start with a quick scan, eliminate the ones that stick out as unqualified/not right for the job, and the continue to narrow it down.
#58 - amuzen (01/10/2014) [-]
A better way to do it would be to only accept a certain of amount of resumes that you have to time to read then you read them all once dividing them all into 5 piles.
pile 1, definitely not
pile 2, red mark, doesn't look good
pile 3, no comment, didn't stand out (Should be rare)
pile 4, green mark, looks great
pile 5, final people you interview
then you read the ones in piles 1-3 again and again up to 5 times, every time a resume gets 3 green marks it goes in the final pile, every time a resume gets 3 red marks it goes into the disqualified file.
Assuming you spend 5-10 minutes reading a resume (which is actually quite a gratitous amount of time) and you accept no more than 50ish you shouldn't end up spending more than a couple of hours doing this and considering choosing the right crew is one of the most important parts of management it's easily one of the most worthwhile expenditures of time.
#55 - xxkelevraxx (01/10/2014) [-]
I know it's maddening. but could you imagine the time it takes to fine-tooth comb that many resumes? Then, not to mention, interview 'the cream of the crop' from said resumes. lets say of 200 applicants 20% were good enough to receive an initial interview. that's 40 people and when the average interview could range anywhere from 30 mins to an hour or more. that's around 40 hours (averaging). You then have to take into consideration the time frame that may be imposed to hire someone new and further more this will have to be done with either one single person (to ensure an consistent result and judgement) or a collective of people to agree and collaborate and compromise on "the best applicant" either way one resource or another is stretched too thin.
I could go on and on about this. is it fair? no. is it "the best" practice? that's debatable and all depends on who you talk to.
#66 - snakefire (01/10/2014) [-]
I'm normally an accommodating guy. I'll be the first person to try to avoid annoying people. But when it comes to expressing myself, I'm not gonna NOT do it.
Its pointless to be upset about something like that. It's a character I chose to represent me. I frankly, do not see why its something to get so burnt over.
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