Call me old fashioned

May 2010
Recruiter;5/26/2010, p38
The author discusses the issue of poor general standard of recruitment consultants in Great Britain. He claims that job candidates offered an online social network LinkedIn profile which was full of recommendations, but not much about what they actually did to achieve their objectives. He says that a recruiter, he wants to look for the ability of candidates to work hard, embrace routine, and be responsible.


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