Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 10:14:37 -0300
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From: Guilherme <gcoelho@INEP.GOV.BR>
Subject: Re: Job Postings...
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Very good Idea from Steven M. Palmer. I will look at this page every
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Data: Quarta-feira, 6 de Outubro de 1999 20:44
Assunto: Re: Job Postings...
>I think Steven's idea is a great compromise, thanks for suggesting it!
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>>>> <stevenp@GREATORGANIZATIONS.COM> 10/06 12:27 PM >>>
>Michelle: I agree with you completely - wish I'd been so pointed. When we
>need stats specialists, I'd love to be able to tap the list - there are
>certainly a lot of *true* experts out there.
>I'd be happy to host a page with our website space (not associated with the
>site, of course) of listings and remind the list once in a while that they
>exist, I don't think that upkeep would be too difficult, though I might end
>up eating those words some day.
>Steven M. Palmer
>Center for Organization Effectiveness
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>Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 1999 2:15 PM
>Subject: Re: Job Postings...
>Ok I wasn't going to add to this because I didn't want to fold everyone but
>I have a couple points to make on why I would *like* to see job postings
>1) If I were to apply to a job, I would like to know the people I am
>applying to. It is more personal to apply to a job where I have at least
>seen the person's name before and perhaps know a little more about them
>questions they have answered for me or what not.
>2) I am not actively looking for a job right now so I don't go out of my
>to find something that might be good for me. I do however always keep an
>out for possible leads for when I do want to move on. I like to keep track
>of any organization/company/college that could potentially get me a job
>day. Having job postings go through the list can help me causally look for
>3) Until the recent post about AERA, AIR etc I had no idea these places
>I would suggest that we come up with some formal way to decide whether or
>not to allow them. Is there someone we can e-mail our opinions rather than
>to the list? I'd also suggest that we allow postings on a trial basis to
>what kind of interest there is. Perhaps we get so few that it wouldn't be a
>concern or we could get so many that it would be impossible to go through
>the list. Either way we won't know until we try.
>Just some thoughts :)
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