|From:||Ford Royer <email@example.com>|
As with vendors, I feel recruiters should abide by the "netiquette" rules
that apply to all of us. Having "been-there, done-that" as a lab rat, I
certainly appreciated knowing about job opportunities that were available
back then. I would not want to deny anyone else this information, then or
What I do resent is the pirating of my personal e-mail address off of the
Histonet, by certain recruiters, and then used to send personal e-mails to
my address - either as spam, or to request my assistance in helping them
fill one of their positions. This has happened, and it is NOT appreciated.
Ford M. Royer, MT(ASCP)
Analytical Instruments, Inc.
(800) 565-1895, ext. 17
Bonnie P Whittler wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> My thoughts on the subject are that perhaps recruiters could limit
> their postings to once or twice per week, with the subject showing that
> the message is recruiting for positions. Those who are not interested
> in reading such a message could then immediately delete. It does get
> old seeing multiple postings from the same people in a short span of
> time, but on the other hand, these postings might be important to
> someone who would not otherwise be made aware of an available position.
> Bonnie Whitaker
> UT Houston
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Linda Durbin <Linda.Durbin@ExaktUSA.com>
> Date: Friday, July 6, 2001 8:35 am
> Subject: RE: Recruiters
> > Freida:
> > I almost wrote the exact same e-mail yesterday. And then I
> > stopped to think
> > that it certainly give histotechs who are looking for positions some
> > exposure that they might not already get. However, I think the
> > recruiterscould certainly host their own listserver or website to
> > post these positions
> > so that all interested parties could go to those sites when
> > they're looking
> > for positions. Or they could post them on a page set up on the
> > NSH website.
> > A recruiter is somewhat akin to a vendor...they have something to
> > sell for
> > which they get paid.
> > I think there are lots of options but then I'm not looking for a
> > job. We
> > might want to hear from those people on the list who might be
> > likely to move
> > or who find the constant postings of job opportunities to be of
> > value before
> > we ask the recruiters to find a more appropriate forum. And of
> > course,there's always the delete button.
> > Just one person's opinion.
> > Linda Durbin
> > EXAKT Technologies, Inc.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: FreidaC@aol.com [mailto:FreidaC@aol.com]
> > Sent: Friday, July 06, 2001 7:49 AM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Recruiters
> > Am I alone in not wanting the histonet to be invaded by
> > professional job
> > recruiters? I don't mind the techs listing a position for their
> > institution
> > - but I do resent all of the professional recruitment ads placed
> > lately on
> > the histonet.
> > Freida Carson
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