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Pawel Brodzinski on Software Project Management

Recruitment Tips: Do What You Are Asked For

Yes, I’m still recruiting. Currently trying to find good candidates on several different positions. It’s always bigger mess when I receive papers from people applying for different positions. I always work with candidates for one position at the very moment. Predicting that I always ask to add a reference number in a subject field of an e-mail.

You know what? About one fourth of papers come without the darn reference number in the darn subject field. I don’t get it. It’s like saying: “I ask you to hire me, but I don’t really care about your time. It’s all about me.

When someone asks candidates to do something special it probably isn’t done without a purpose. Denying to cooperate is usually an easy way to bring one’s chances close to zero. I know I’m saying obvious things, but hey, someone sent me those darn papers without any reference number, right?

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