Are you kidding me?
I have no idea what I am doing.
Today I got this piece of job spam from Hot Jobs. I think this either some sick joke or someone in the editorial department fell asleep at the switch.
Good Year for a Bonus?
A recent survey from Buck Consultants reveals that 57 percent of employers expect to offer hiring and/or retention bonuses in fiscal year 2008. Median hiring bonuses range from 5 percent of base pay (for non-exempt employees) to 20 percent for CEOs. Customer Service Reps are in Demand
With the employment outlook looking good for customer service representatives, many employers are reaching out to candidates in other occupations or to people who have left the workforce, such as homemakers and retired workers. Don't be surprised if an opportunity comes your way.
Yahoo! HotJobs Featured Employer: Countrywide Financial
Customer Service and Call Center/Collections Reps – discover rewards worth talking about with Countrywide's Loan Administration division. See how the nation's number one home loan lender* and "One of America's Most Admired Companies"** can help make a difference in your work and life, with paid training, great bonus potential, and career growth – all in a dynamic environment, complete with an on-site cafe! Full-time and part-time shifts available.
Click here to apply online at: Yahoo! HotJobs
Countrywide is committed to leveraging the talent of a diverse workforce to create great opportunities for our business and our people. EOE M/F/D/V.
* "America's #1 Home Loan Lender" As ranked for 2006 by Inside Mortgage Finance (Feb. 2, 2007) ©2007
** "One of America's Most Admired Companies" Fortune, March 2007
If Hotjobs start to send out job listings for hedgefunds then I know someone at Yahoo is smoking crack. This has to be a mistake. Why the hell would Countrywide even consider hiring people right now?
Does anyone out there know how to post an email with graphics on a blog?