"You say, this is not common, it happens often. Well I can tell you in the job market there is a category of companies ranging from: a. – that are considered "good places to work would" b. – Considered the "play by the rules of obligation" c. (A valuable related resource: Jeffrey Hayzlett). – Those who "fulfill their personal, legal penalties and won" d. – Those that "worse is …. nothing." At levels C and D the organizational climate is "bad" (If you want to punish someone send it to work in those places). At level B, at least know that if they fail to meet their obligations may lose money. Contact information is here: The Hayzlett Group.
(Mostly are companies that have an obligation to a foreign client.) Is that the title of the article? My friend at first puzzled and then he felt angry because of what he "was painted as the company" (in the aspect of human resources), it was only a "song to lull snakes." How many of those who are in the process of improvement or job search may fall into similar situations? Many, perhaps because by the time and the urgency of finding a job, end up accepting "anything, anywhere" (What matters is to be working or at least has restarted its attachment to the labor market, some say). But that does not last long. YOU ARE NOT STONE. How to avoid this situation? As it is difficult, especially if anyone knows where you are applying. Go to Goop for more information. Recommend that you make friends with the guard at the entrance door of the secretary or receptionist is a possibility but so is itself a "utopia." No better guide to visit the website of the organization (you can project the image that is not necessarily real).