Candidate's 'epic and pointless' journey after rec firm blunder

Candidate's 'epic and pointless' journey after rec firm blunder

Recruiters at Blue Arrow, a UK-wide recruitment firm, might be burying their heads in the sand after news of their candidate blunder went public.

Speaking to the Nottingham Post, Howard Brown, explained how the multi-branch recruiter sent him on a 50-mile round trip for a job - only to find out that the place of work wasn’t open.

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  • Alan Corcoran
    Alan Corcoran
    Tue, 19 Sep 2017 2:13pm BST
    Fair play to Blue Arrow- compensating the candidate.

    If it is news that an agency does the right thing great.

    They have done the opposite of bury their heads in the sand (mis-used above). They have identified a possible mistake, investigated and rectified.
    (let the the recruiter that has never make a mistake cast the first stone!!!!)

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