January 13th, 2009
Not to continue my rant (see my post of March of last year), I’d rather like to see it as a very early 2009 update. I had an applicant post the following comment on, well, this very blog. It read like this:
Not to talk badly about anyone seeking a position at our wonderful firm, but it is just a rather strange way to try to do it publicly via a blog comment post. Especially if there is a typo involved.
On the contrary, and to set a great example, what a small personal touch like the logo-replica in html can do to stand out from the bunch:
In times like these it takes special attention to detail and I hope that we will see more of it this year. Time to go back to being grammatically accurate and polite in tonality, yet time to look ahead for new ways to create everlasting impressions like Job applicant two has done here. Eventhough we do not have an opening at this current moment in time, kudos goes out to you for the well crafted e-mail and the role model you might become for some looking for a job in ’09.