gregbo (gregbo) wrote,

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I was extremely annoyed after spending an hour applying for a Broadcom job. They switched to a new "talent management" provider, so I had to resubmit my resume. Their process of extracting items from a resume is one of the poorest I've used, so I had to correct quite a bit of information. There were several other problems. Perhaps this technology saves time and money for companies looking to hire, but it is very cumbersome and time-consuming for the individuals they seek. Years ago, when people just sent resumes to companies through the postal system, it was an easy process of putting the resume in an envelope, addressing it, stamping it, and dropping it in a mailbox. So much for progress ...
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