Ray Mma
map-marker Scranton, Pennsylvania

DeSales University HR Department drops the ball after 2 interviews

I applied for a position at DeSales University in Center Valley, PA back in late April 2008. After 2 successful interviews, and completion of an application, I had yet to be contacted by the human resources department at the college. I would not get my phone calls returned in May, so I began to physically visit the office 1 or 2 times a month in June and July. I was told that no decisions had been made as of yet. So, just a few days ago, I emailed the department as follows... I intentionally kept the email brief... "As the Fall Semester approaches, I am interested if I am still being considered for the security job openings at DeSales? Thank you. (my contact information was here, not included for posting on this site)" Well, here is the response I received from the HR Department... "Please send a resume in order to be considered for the position. Thanks, DeSales HR Team" I had left them with 2 copies of my resume, and had completed an application. After 2 interviews and following up with the HR department 4 times in person, I find this unreal. How is it that people get a job like this and don't seem to have a clue what they are doing? I was ticked off. We as job seekers work hard to complete all the necessary paperwork in a timely manner and jump thru all the necessary hoops, and they at HR totally dropped the ball. It's unbelievable to me.
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Anonymous
map-marker Scranton, Pennsylvania

DeSales University human resources dropped the ballafter 2 interviews

I applied for a position at DeSales University in Center Valley, PA back in late April 2008. After 2 successful interviews, and completion of an application, I had yet to be contacted by the human resources department at the college. I would not get my phone calls returned in May, so I began to physically visit the office 1 or 2 times a month in June and July. I was repeatedly told that no decisions had been made as of yet. So, just a few days ago, I emailed the department as follows... I intentionally kept the email brief... "As the Fall Semester approaches, I am interested if I am still being considered for the security job openings at DeSales? Thank you. (contact information was here, but deleted prior to posting on this site)" Well, here is the response I received from the HR Department... "Please send a resume in order to be considered for the position. Thanks, DeSales HR Team" I had left them with 2 copies of my resume, and had completed an application. After 2 interviews and following up with the HR department 4 times in person, I find this unreal. How is it that people get a job like this and don't seem to have a clue what they are doing? I was ticked off. We as job seekers work hard to complete all the necessary paperwork in a timely manner and jump thru all the necessary hoops, and they at HR totally dropped the ball. It's unbelievable to me. Time fot the HR team at DeSales University to have more training.
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