Dynamism II: The Return of Dynamism

I’m just kidding with the title – dynamism never left! It just hangs around job ads like a bum at the liquor store.

In my continuing and seemingly ongoing quest to root out job ad atrocities, and in particular the reprehensible and unendearing overuse of the word ‘dynamic‘, please read on for the latest and completely unscheduled installment of job ad abortions. Continue reading Dynamism II: The Return of Dynamism

Systems vs. Skills

Oh.My.God. Can we stop talking about job candidate ability with systems and procedures already?

Yes, hi. I’m a fully functioning adult human being. I can learn computer stuff and businessney procedures. I can’t learn natural aptitude in leadership or human resources unless I try REALLY hard and who can be bothered? Continue reading Systems vs. Skills

There’s No Skill Shortage, there’s a Good Employer Shortage

Ok, so the title’s not great but it really succinctly conveys pressing and contemporary issues on the job-hunt front.

I have a question for every person out there in business land with an open position and a perceived shortage of applicant skill.* If I have done that job before, why would I want to do it again? Continue reading There’s No Skill Shortage, there’s a Good Employer Shortage