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Old 04-01-2017, 12:34 AM
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The company I work for is looking for a inside sales person. The HR girl asked an applicant to write about the last place he worked. List the positive and negative's of that previous job in MS Word. The job ad said must have experience with MS Office programs.

WTF is this dude saying? This is exactly what he wrote. And he wonders why he doesn't have a job.


Productive sometimes they fight you were sometimes they don't they do tend to hire A company to work for as of a temp service hours. had a job for three years but couldn't go payment because the company was running out of business or the new net they always find another job for me to go to.
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Old 04-01-2017, 12:43 AM
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Gave me a headache trying to read it. They weed themselves out don't they. Maybe should apply with the DNC.
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stroke while typing? lol
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Old 04-01-2017, 02:49 AM
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This must be the uncorrected result of google translate. It is such nonsense, even the most language-challenged won't write this. I hope.
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Originally Posted by Fiesta View Post
This must be the uncorrected result of google translate. It is such nonsense, even the most language-challenged won't write this. I hope.
What does that mean?
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Old 04-01-2017, 03:51 AM
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What does that mean?
It means he's not getting the job.
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Old 04-01-2017, 04:17 AM
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Responded using a smart phone, big thumbs, and a little brain.
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The answer probably lies in a drug test.
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Sounds like the scams I get from Bank of America , Amex, etc...
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Sounds like some Craigslist Nigerian scammer trying to buy your boat. Lol.
Hope you passed on him.
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Old 04-01-2017, 08:15 AM
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Originally Posted by bottomfeeder28 View Post
Sounds like some Craigslist Nigerian scammer trying to buy your boat. Lol.
Hope you passed on him.
As an aside. I was selling a house and got the "I'll send a cashier's check and a courier will pick up the item" email. I thought that hilarious, and strung the character along, asking for assurances the courier would make the pickup in a timely manner, then asking about the equipment to be used to avoid damage. Then I dropped the boom, asking if he/she/it knew how heavy a house was.
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I think he's got a strong future over at MSNBC and "Resist we much" Al Sharpton
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Just goes to a conversation I was having last week with several other business owners. It's getting harder and harder to find low to medium skill workers who want to work, will come to work and can learn.
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Gave me a headache trying to read it. They weed themselves out don't they. Maybe should apply with the DNC.
Political by the first reply. Well done, gents. The Bilge dwellers rejoice.
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Old 04-01-2017, 03:25 PM
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He was saying don't hire me.
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I read it 5x trying to find some sort of subliminal message
Still haven located it
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The company I work for is looking for a inside sales person. The HR girl asked an applicant to write about the last place he worked. List the positive and negative's of that previous job in MS Word. The job ad said must have experience with MS Office programs.

WTF is this dude saying? This is exactly what he wrote. And he wonders why he doesn't have a job.


Productive sometimes they fight you were sometimes they don't they do tend to hire A company to work for as of a temp service hours. had a job for three years but couldn't go payment because the company was running out of business or the new net they always find another job for me to go to.
He's an ex electrical sales guy.
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Originally Posted by C Skip R View Post
He's an ex electrical sales guy.
Ha ha, you are hilarious.
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makes more sense reading it backwards
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