Since I am a software developer I get a lot of job offers through time and almost every time I got sick about the offer. Most often it goes something like this: "Hi, we find your resume is impressive and we think you could be great part of our team. You can look here (link) at our job offer and if you find it interesting let me know to put you through the hiring process." And what next? How that hiring process looks like? Something like 4 or 5 phases of the interview where you need to talk to psychologists, technical folks, managers... And you need to code some stupid algorithms like you didn't code any shit in the last 10 years. For God's sake, do you really think that I am a slave who will humbly do everything you can think of just to get any kind of work?
Working in a company should be pleasant, you need to feel there just like among friends and family. The most of your time you will spend at your work, not at home and staying in the office MUST be comfortable! Few years ago I got a job offer from Google when they sent me, before the first interview, 10 pages of materials that can be asked on the interview - practically everything that I learned in college for five years! Ok, I know that companies want to hire the best candidates, so through this idiotic tests they want to reduce the percentage of errors they can make by hiring someone, but asking a candidate to eat shit from the floor only to work somewhere is more than embarrassing.
When you want to meet your soul mate, a person with whom you want to build a friendly relationship that will last for years, with that person you go out for a date and try to establish a connection, pleasant conversation, to make sure that your time has passed pleasantly, because that would be an indication that you have a chance in the long run. When you meet with your soul mate you don't send him/her an email with a bunch of questions on 10 pages that you will ask on the first date. In this way, you can look for a prostitute. Send a list of things you expect from that person like blow job or something and if some of these things that person don't know to do you are not going to 'hire' him/her. What is the difference between renting a hooker and hiring process? This is not the 17th century and I am not working in an industry where I have to be happy and grateful if anyone offered me a job in my profession after a search that lasted two years.
I fucking have a choice and stop sending me job offers if you want to treat me like a prostitute! You need to have different approach, otherwise I will create my own job and hire people to work in my own company and I won't treat them like this when I need to hire them.
Software developer from Belgrade, founder of Warrantly.