RE: Histotech shortage

From:"Shelkowsky, Ben"

I do not care to be contacted by recruiters. I appreciate the the job they do, and I'm sure there is a ready market now and will be more so, in the future. I wish you good success. There is already an arrangement on the histonet for those having jobs available and those seeking jobs. I think it works pretty well, and you certainly can take advantage of the service.
Yes, if I was looking to relocate, and needed a job,  I would be very much interested in your service. However, until then, I would consider it unwelcome.
Ben Shelkowsky  HTL (ASCP)
Monterey, Ca. 93950

	-----Original Message----- 
	From: Dawson, Glen [] 
	Sent: Fri 4/4/2003 8:11 AM 
	To: Tommy Vedilago; Histonet (E-mail) 

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	I think it is a good thing.  Pointing histotechs in the direction of a
	better job is a beautiful thing.  Though many in management would beg to
	differ, the histotech shortage is real and employers need the techs that you
	could provide.   Also, in spite of the fact that there is a shortage, there
	are a significant number of techs being treated poorly in their current
	positions that could use your help to get out of the door (a good histotech
	is like a piece of gold and employers failing to acknoledge this deserve to
	lose them).
	My 2 cents,
	Glen Dawson
	-----Original Message-----
	From: Tommy Vedilago []
	Sent: Friday, April 04, 2003 9:34 AM
	To: Histonet (E-mail)
	Subject: Histotech shortage
	I wanted to pose a question to the Histology community and any feedback
	would be helpful. I am new to the recruiting business and am looking for
	that "niche" where there is a high demand for quality people. My question is
	, in general, how do you feel about being contacted by recruiters looking to
	fill positions. Do you find that it is an unwelcome distraction or do you
	feel that efforts in recruiting are generally beneficial to the field? I
	have gotten mixed reactions and I feel that this may be a good forum to get
	some feedback.
	Tommy Vedilago
	System 1 Search
	(864) 627-0012
	(864) 627-0013 Fax

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