I have frequently had young employee’s parents contacting me to call in sick for their child or to ask me why their child has been terminated/ask me to re-hire their child. I’m about to apply for a job at a multi-national PR firm, and have a question about the appropriateness of including a mention of my family’s business in the cover letter (that sounds so foreboding and mafia-esque). That means saying: * “I can’t discuss personnel information with someone other than the employee.” (when they want to know why their kid was fired) * “We’d need her to contact us directly if that’s something she’s interested in.” (when they want you to hire their kid) * “Oh my goodness, is she hospitalized? I’ve done a bunch of similar internships, and I feel like my resume conveys what I’ve done straightforwardly and in detail, so I’m not sure what else they’re expecting to hear about, and I always feel stupid answering because I mostly just rush through repeating a few things from my resume. Would it be okay to just ask, “Is there something specific you saw on my resume that you’d be interested in hearing more about? They just want to hear about those jobs in your own words, not in the carefully selected language that you crafted for your resume. Mentioning family’s line of work in a cover letter I’m in the throes of my post-grad school job search and have read pretty much everything on your site about cover letters, and have taken it to heart.Then you, my friend, have no real freedom and the leash on you is tighter than you think.No adult male should be asking anyone (especially his lover) if he could go out and hang out with his boys to do some male bonding.However, my father and mother own a marketing and PR firm, my aunt owns her own PR firm, and my grandfather was in advertising.
The job description was written, the parameters were set (extremely entry-level, low salary), and yet the original title was kept: “coordinator.”Which brings me to my concern!
Here are the 36 questions, divided into three sets which scientists believe “foster closeness”.
The study authors advise “the best way for you to get close to your partner is for you to share with them and for them to share with you”. In this day and age when it comes to relationships, men have allowed women to walk all over them emotionally, mentally, and in certain extremes, physically.
Waved at the camera, took a blade to her wrist, wiped the blood into her fingers and waved goodbye. I know because she left a pair of bloodied scissors on the bedside table like a complete fucking welly head. She let her new beau molest my 2 daughters when they were just a few years old. Planned to kill me, then tried to execute the plan. My ex 10 years ago was an abusive alcoholic, I had enough of her false promises and constant crap that I just walked out…..
A month later asked that we be friends and that I, like she has tried to do, should not live in the past. My ex tried to gain sympathy from me by cutting her forehead open with a pair of nail scissors after a night out and claiming she was attacked on her way home.