• Years ago, when I was hiring individuals, if a person during the interview never asked me for position, I immediately considered as someone not really interested in the position and they did not get the job. I wanted a employee with a strong desire to fill the position.

    I never hired anyone because of a tax credit or because personnel recommended them.

    I wanted to know only three things: 1. Would they solve more problems than they created, or 2. Would they make the company money, or 3. could they do both 1 and 2.

    When looking at their application and resume, it did not matter what school they attended or what grades they had, or what positons that held in the pass, I wanted to know what they accomplishmented that helped their prior employeer. And if they were new to the job market, I wanted to read they were open to any salary, any position, and would work overtime if asked.

    Don't know if this will help anyone seeking a position, because I am not your average person.

    September 11, 2011 at 10:11 a.m.
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