Jim Harris, a Linkedin member and Senior Systems Architect for Texas MutualInsurance Company, posed a question in a post. It reads… “Attention RECRUITERS and SECURITY PROFESSIONALS: Is this a new type scam? On your resume is your ‘formal’ name and address. You get a call, they send you a job description. A few days later
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I am absolutely appalled by the conversation I have been forced to have twice in the past two days and I want to apologize to every candidate out there that may be a victim of this scam or any other marginalization at the hand of the very basest types of characters of the staffing industry.
Over the weekend, several friends and I were discussing workplace diversity and the impact it has on productivity, innovation, culture and morale within a company. We ourselves are a pretty diverse group (Star Trek vs. Star War, Marvel vs. DC, Mac vs. PC, .Net vs. Java – think Big Bang Theory and throw in Farmer