Re: interview and ethics

Subject: Re: interview and ethics
From: "Chuck Martin" <cm -at- writeforyou -dot- com>
To: techwr-l
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2003 14:42:21 -0700

Maybe when an agency where I've applied for a specific position tells me
that the position's been filled.

Oh, wait, they never even contacted me to acknowledge I've applied.

Never mind.

Actually, I'm not organized enough to track everywhere I might have applied.
When I've needed to see, I look in my Outboxes, one on my desktop, one on my
notebook. And even that's not complete; I've applied directly through web
sites, not all of which record my application history.

Chuck Martin

"John Posada" <JPosada -at- book -dot- com> wrote in message news:210597 -at- techwr-l -dot- -dot- -dot-
> Question...when you are finally hired, do you contact every agency to
> you've submitted a resume to tell them that you are no longer on the
> To be honest, I don't. And yes, it is impolite. However, I don't think it
> unethical.

> >> If you are not interested in
> >> hiring me because you cannlot afford it, the simple respect I ask for
> >> is for
> >> you to pick up a phone and simply call to tell me that my offer got
> >> refused.
> >> Dont let me hanging. Thats all.
> >
> >They should certainly have acted in a professional manner. But I agree
> >with Andrew: That's not unethical, its simply impolite. Different
> >thing, IMHO.

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