Re: Visio 4 / Recruiters

Subject: Re: Visio 4 / Recruiters
From: "Comstock-Fisher, Julie" <jmfisher -at- BUTLERMFG -dot- ORG>
Date: Fri, 17 Jul 1998 12:57:27 -0500

Yep. I'm working for that company now, as a matter of fact. I never made
it to the interview stage last fall, when they originally created the
position and started the recruiting process. They put it on hold until
this spring, and I started here the beginning of May.

IME, this kind of stuff happens all the time--the company could have
project delays, some kind of mysterious budget hassle, or any number of
reasons to put a job requisition on hold. Try not to take it personally.
:-)

Food is an important part of a balanced diet. --Fran Lebowitz
....................................................................
...............................................Julie Comstock-Fisher
.......................................Technical Writer (Consultant)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tzvee Zahavy [SMTP:tzvee -at- ZAHAVY -dot- COM]
> Sent: Thursday, July 16, 1998 8:22 PM
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Visio 4 / Recruiters
>
> 1. I was wondering if anyone had an experience like this with a tech
> writing recruiter:
>
> He lets you know about a contract job at a big corporation.
> Many phone calls later, he takes you over to the corporation to
> meet the supervisor. Supervisor is very impressed with you and
> tells the recruiter. Recruiter's office calls the next day to say
> that the job is 99.9% in the bag, pending approval by one more
> higher-up.
> The day after he calls back with the bad news that job has been put
> "on hold."
>
>




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