Why do recruiters don't answer questions regarding the applicant's status?
Most of the time we just handle so many applicants it's hard to keep track of them all. If you're an applicant, don't be afraid to follow up on your status. I like applicants who do follow up because for me, it shows initiative. And even if I don't them for that job, I'll be able to remember them for other jobs or recommend them to other employers
I understand. I believe that there are reasons behind in refusing to answer the applicants' status.
by Zoey 6 years ago
I constantly see questions on whether abortions are right or wrong etc. These types of questions always cause arguments, and no one will ever agree on this subject. So whats the point in keep asking the same question over and over again, when it has already been covered hundreds of times before??
by Disappearinghead 4 years ago
Why do some people ask a question then delete the answers they don't like?A number of times I've gone back to look at an answer I gave and the questioner has deleted it. Do they wish to embrace censorship or silence the opposition?
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hey Americans,What is the "status quo" in America?I know what it is, but do you?Feel free to weigh in with your thoughts on it.
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