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Even ‘best’ companies fall short of making job seekers welcome


If you think big companies could treat employees better, wait until you hear how they handle jobseekers. Even some employers that rank among the nation’s best routinely fail at making would-be employees feel welcome, according to survey results released Tuesday. Jobseekers routinely are confronted with online applications that are needlessly complicated, irrelevant questions and resumes that are seemingly ignored… Companies on the list include Google, Whole Foods, Goldman Sachs, Ernst & Young and Zappos.

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This entry was posted on August 28, 2012 by in Careers + Work, Ethics, Socializing/ Socialization and tagged , , , .

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