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Subject:Re: Recruiters: Is It Just Me? From:Anne Halsey <Wrdfinesse -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 2 Mar 1999 22:58:51 EST
Will Grega wonders where his resumes go when
he responds to ads on bidboards like Dice ...
FWIW, I've had two instances in the past 30 days where
representatives from the posting companies claim never to
have received the resume I sent. One was from a posting
on Dice, and the other was on headhunter.net.
One question, one suggestion ...
Have others besides Will and me had this problem?
Maybe the solution is to, rather than do a "submit" from the
bidboard, email or fax directly to the contact person.