(first installment of a trilogy in eighty-three parts)
What is it about recruiters that they're uniformly clueless, lying scumbags?
But getting more specific, why are they all terrified of email? Surely those recruiting technical people would have worked out that most of us prefer not to be interrupted from our daily work, prefer not to need to surreptitiously glance over the shoulder to see who's within earshot before you start discussing some job, and mostly prefer not to have to waste real-time communication space dealing with the world's lowest profession.
Case in point is an exchange I just had, here's what I sent the
Please give me a call when you can.
And about five minutes later, the phone rings. ARGH!
If anyone from the recruit scum industry is reading this, I'd be happy to consult with you on how to make the ideal IT recruitment company. I warn you that it's not going to be easy, as the first tenet is going to be "don't lie, ever".