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[#] Mon Apr 20 2020 08:43:01 EDT from zooer

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I predict over the next few months we are going to start seeing a lot of really bad haircuts.



[#] Sun Apr 26 2020 11:45:44 EDT from zooer

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The group social distancing meeting will be held in room 304, all employees must attend.



[#] Wed Apr 29 2020 18:01:33 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Today's random musing.

You can tell whether someone has skills vs. douchebaggery by the number of characters in their LinkedIn headline.

Someone with skills will simply put in their current job title ("Director of Sales at Acme Corp.") or the focus of their skill stack ("IT architecture/infrastructure specialist").

Someone whose entire job is douchebaggery will consume far more characters ("Visionary Leader | Driving Positive Change through Engagement | Translating Business Goals to Reality | Strategy Advisor | Global Workforce Leadership")

Who would you rather do business with?

[#] Fri May 01 2020 05:36:46 EDT from darknetuser

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2020-04-29 18:01 from IGnatius T Foobar

Today's random musing.

You can tell whether someone has skills vs. douchebaggery by the
number of characters in their LinkedIn headline.

Someone with skills will simply put in their current job title
("Director of Sales at Acme Corp.") or the focus of their skill stack

("IT architecture/infrastructure specialist").

Someone whose entire job is douchebaggery will consume far more
characters ("Visionary Leader | Driving Positive Change through
Engagement | Translating Business Goals to Reality | Strategy Advisor |

Global Workforce Leadership")

Who would you rather do business with?



I don't even have a LinkedIn profile. I used to, but it never did me any good.

There s this new school of subdirectives who thinks they job is to use colorful words rather than get stuff done. Specially troublesome when they get in human resources. They will reject candidates that are good and take in people whose CV has lots of garbage in it. "360 vision" and "Emotional intelligence" beat "5 years of experience writing Java microservices" these days.

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