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Does that hurt or what?

Postby Martin_US » Thu Dec 04, 2014 5:10 pm

So I get this email from an agency that they got a new system and were unable to convert the old contact data, asking people on the email list to go to some site and re-register.

Now, I wrote them back that when I go to a client and can't convert some data, I get kicked off the project and asked to be removed from whatever data base with what might be left of my data. Never mind that their mail was in my Junk folder to begin with.

Can people be THAT stupid and still breathe?
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Re: Does that hurt or what?

Postby Snowy » Fri Dec 05, 2014 2:52 pm

3 possibilities:

1. someone stole their e-mail list and want you to add your CV in their new competitor database
2. they want a "free" up^date of your info
3. they are too lazy enough key this themselves

it can be a combination of all 3! :twisted:
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Re: Does that hurt or what?

Postby thiswayup » Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:18 am

Agencies are amongst the worst culprits of "do as I say, not as I do". (Trumped solely by politicians.....)

They will invite you to submit a resume for a "Principle [sic] Consultant" - but bin it if there is the slightest grammatical error.
But then, I guess if they have no principles they wouldn't understand the distinction......
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Re: Does that hurt or what?

Postby blueteeth » Mon Dec 08, 2014 12:38 pm

thiswayup wrote:Agencies are amongst the worst culprits of "do as I say, not as I do". (Trumped solely by politicians.....)

They will invite you to submit a resume for a "Principle [sic] Consultant" - but bin it if there is the slightest grammatical error.
But then, I guess if they have no principles they wouldn't understand the distinction......


Question is, who are their principals and don't those principals have any principles? Even if some of the principals don't have principles, the agents should have some principles of taking principled principals for employing principal consultants.

Formerly, a principal consultant.
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