I read something on LinkedIn in today and I think it’s wonderful!
Maria Molinari 667
Senior Analyst - Business Consulting
October 17,2021 at 5:15PM UTC
The person said; when you apply for jobs, you apply for more than one. You can’t accept them all but when you reject an offer, don’t just reject it, recommend someone for that position.
Have the person you’re recommending send you their resume and recommend them, put money and resources in someone else’s pocket!
I absolutely had to share this and I will practice this!
what are your thoughts?
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