> ideas? objections?
No terrible objection to their being on the web page. However, I don't
think it would be too out of order to suggest a little sponsorship,
considering how difficult it is to find people now. If they find a
candidate through the ILUG web site they're going to pocket a serious sum
of money. Only fair they should pony up a bit for the chance. . .
Just my 2 cents (~= 1.5 U.S. cents at going rate :-) ) worth . .
I agree with Niall. I am predisposed to have a lowish opinion of
recruitment agents. One actually sent my CV to the company where I worked
a while back. It was rather embarassing and a tad annoying at the same
time. I'm sure that, from any agency's point of view, getting to advertise
free on a national site that counts some very talented people among its
members is rather a big coup. Hardware vendor recommendations I don't mind
but Agencies having a jobs page on linux.ie (or a devoted list) definitely
has to be advertising. Make 'em pay for the space.
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