How do you tell a job applicant you were not impressed?
tell he/she wasn't what you were looking for or that he/she didn't posses the qualities needed for this job
Interviews may not the best methods of selecting suitable job applicants because it is easier to tell the interviewer things then actually acting on them. If the interviewer could observe the job applicant in a dayt at work, he or she would be able to see the strengths and weaknesses of the applicant better.
If a job applicant is hired who doesn't meet the education and experience requirements listed in the legal posting does another applicant who exceeds the requirements have recourse?
This question completely depends on the situation. In a job interview, for instance, employers are impressed by the applicant presenting his/her knowledge in a professional manor, with articulate speech. Never talk about something as if you have more knowledge on a subject than you actually do, as you are setting yourself up for failure.
An antecedent is the noun or pronoun that a pronoun represents: You are the one for the job. In this sentence, the word 'you' is the antecedent for the indefinite pronoun 'one'. Anantecedentis most often a noun: This applicant is the one for the job. The noun 'applicant' is the antecedent for the indefinite pronoun 'one'. Mr. Burke is the one for the job. The proper noun 'Mr. Burke' is the antecedent for the indefinite…
An applicant is someone who applies for something - i.e. A job applicant. After reading through the resume's he had received, the employer decided that the best applicant was Jane Doe as she had a large amount of expereince concerning the vacant position. A sentence with 'applicant' in it would be something along those lines.
An "applicant" can collect unemployment benefits in Minnesota for any week the applicant was eligible for benefits. An applicant is eligible for unemployment benefits if: (1) the applicant has filed a continued request for unemployment benefits for that week under section 268.0865; (2) the week for which unemployment benefits are requested is in the applicant's benefit year; (3) the applicant was unemployed as defined in section 268.035, subdivision 26; (4) the applicant was available for…