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The most unethical recruiter in the industry

Discussion in 'Pharma/Biotech Comp - Gen Discussion |Pharma Sales' started by Anonymous, Mar 27, 2005 at 10:06 AM.

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  1. anonymous300

    anonymous300 Guest

    bump
     

  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    The entire collection of airheads at HirePursuit win, hands down!
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    agree with the posted that said Jen Price
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Adam Bennett at concord search is the most unprofessional. All he wants to do is talk about his lovelife and how hung over he is after working in a bar all night spinning tunes.
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    What is Jen Price doing wrong?
     
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Beware of System One out of California...liars and incompetant.

    Also, Steve Miller with Bradin is a complete incompetant.
     
  7. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    David Coad - Worst of the worst! Watch out for this idiot!
     
  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Jen Price is teh best recruiter I've ever worked with! Very honest and ethical and extremely thorough. Great communication and follow up. So what's your problem with her?
     
  9. LillyHR

    LillyHR Guest

    [ QUOTE ]
    Jen Price is teh best recruiter I've ever worked with! Very honest and ethical and extremely thorough. Great communication and follow up. So what's your problem with her?

    [/ QUOTE ]
    who does she work for??? website???
     
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    What is Jack Sells up to these days?
     
  11. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    really jen?
     
  12. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Jack Sells is such a classless act!



    1991: "Faxgate"[edit]
    In the week before the 1991 game, media reports began circulating that former UT assistant coach Jack Sells, who had been fired before that season for his role in recruiting violations, had allegedly faxed UF defensive coordinator Ron Zook, himself a former Tennessee assistant, the Vols' offensive gameplan. At first, both Zook and head coach Steve Spurrier denied receiving any information, though Zook soon clarified his statement and said that Sells had sent him a fax of newspaper clippings about the upcoming game, which he had immediately destroyed.[30]

    Florida won the contest 35–18 behind 245 yards and 3 TD's from Gator QB Shane Matthews and 5 Vol turnovers, but the "faxgate" controversy continued after the final whistle.[31] A follow-up newspaper investigation in Knoxville located an employee of a local Kinko's copy center who said that he had noticed Sells faxing copies of a UT "playbook" and insisted that Sells stop the transmission after 10–15 pages had been sent. The employee had saved the fax cover sheet, which detailed a transmission sent 3 days before the UF-UT game by a "Jack Sells" to a "Ron Zook" at a Gainesville telephone number.[32]

    While Vol athletic director (and former Gator quarterback and head football coach) Doug Dickey was not happy about the incident, both Phil Fulmer and Steve Spurrier downplayed its importance, Spurrier pointing out that UT gained over 400 yards of offense (including 392 passing yards) in the game and joked that it certainly didn't seem like his defensive staff had any inside information. For his part, Fulmer later admitted that the UT staff had copies of the Gators' offensive playbooks at the time.[33] An SEC investigation concluded without punishment.

    Jack Sells, the person at the center of the incident, left the coaching profession and successfully sued Kinko's for privacy violations, though he moved out of the state of Tennessee after being assaulted by an angry Vols fan in Chattanooga.[8][34] After a stint as an assistant coach in the NFL, Zook succeeded Spurrier as the Gators' head coach in 2002. He was reluctant to talk about "Faxgate" during his tenure at UF (2002–2004), though he did disclose that Sells' infamous transmission had actually been a set of hand-drawn Volunteer offensive plays, but insisted that they "were so immaterial, and it made no difference and had no relevance, it was nothing."[35]
     
  13. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    oh there are far more unethical things that "recruiters" or those that like to call themselves "recruiters" do....anyone willing to share first?
     
  14. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    Funny
     
  15. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Most unethical recruiters are the team at Amplity - formerly Publicis.