’Hi, my name’s Simone and I’m looking for a man who loves kids -
I’ve got eight. He’ll be able to see beyond my gammy eye, manic
depression, criminal record and dubious hygiene.’
Dating videos. Hmmm, bad idea. An hour’s worth of gargoyles twitching to
the camera might be fun to watch on a slow Tuesday evening, but you
wouldn’t want to recruit your staff like that. Would you?
Well, now you can do something close. Talking CV ’enables employers to
see and hear applicants through a PC and makes it possible to review
their personal qualities and presentation skills’.
Note the tactful use of the words ’personal qualities’. Just in case
you’re in any doubt, this really means: ’You can make sure they’re not
freaks who are going to scare the secretary or piss in your pot
While Talking CV might raise ethical questions about awarding jobs based
on personal appearance, the fact is that looking the part is half the
battle. So if you can bear the guilt, or if you couldn’t care less and
you’re pushed for time, you might want to find out about Talking CV.
Talking CV - created by isero.com
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