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Subject:Re: Typoz in Resumes From:Stuart Burnfield <slb -at- FS -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Fri, 28 Feb 1997 00:42:43 +0800
Robert Plamondon said:
> A manager with more than one writer on staff has the luxury of having
> the writers edit each other's work. Anyone who has tried this knows
> that more errors are found this way than when the writers attempt to
> edit their own work. Thus, I see no value in requiring perfect self-
> editing. . . since self-editing should never be relied upon in the
> first place.
Therefore, shouldn't the manager expect applicants to take the simple
and reasonable precaution of having someone else check the resume?
Stuart Burnfield (slb -at- fs -dot- com -dot- au) "Live wrong and prosper."
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