Score two - zero : a hard question

DANIEL
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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby DANIEL » Fri May 26, 2017 9:11 pm

Adam, I would not agree with you about that. I think that first of all all bosses are looking at the level of your education, at your practice, and only fater - at your qualities. If you wrote the infomation about yourself at least once before the interview, I am sure that you have noticed that your personal qualities are stated at the end of the list, right?

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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby Ben_Roar » Sat May 27, 2017 8:21 am

Daniel - it should be so - it does sound quite logical.. Though when it does come to the criteria of evaluation of the new personnel, people, whoa re applying foe certain vacancies in your company - I am coming to believe that I completely do not understand those criteria. Sometimes it does seem to me that it does depend on the weather - or on the position of the stars - if the person is going to be taken on the position - or no. So many times I was a witness to the situations, when real professionals were rejected - and people with no experience and recommendations were taken instead.

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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby Kevin » Sat May 27, 2017 9:02 pm

First of all, any employer looks at the availability of all documents, otherwise they will not talk (almost guaranteed). Secondly, the experience of working as such is recognized. After that, of course, the work experience is specifically for the position (specialty) of interest, or at least close to it. Everything is important. Only some can accept either without experience, or without documents.. There are professions where the presence of a diploma of higher education in a particular specialty is a requirement of legislation. These are various medical specialties, veterinarians, pharmacists, judges, lawyers and so on. If the profession does not apply to such - it is only at the discretion of the employer, they often want to see both.

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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby Miles » Sun May 28, 2017 10:45 am

Ben - well you do know how that does happen sometimes - the employers do have their relatives and friends - and they are getting that job only cause of that reason. .On the other hand - if those people do not fit the requirements - and they are still going to work there - that is going to have bad consequences for the company.. So people who are making that kind of a trick with the forming of their staff team are taking a chance... We do not have that kind of things in my company - because our boss is only thinking about the effectiveness of the team - he does not mix it with his personal life.

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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby Joshua » Mon May 29, 2017 3:43 am

Experience and education are important. What is the point of experience, if there is no education? What can an engineer design if he does not have an education, even if he has experience? Experience can be very narrow-minded, but education can expand the competence of an employee or specialist. Sometimes education can direct a person far from that branch, than the subject of education. So, education is primary, and experience is secondary, and later mutually complementary.

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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby Daniel_Ev » Mon May 29, 2017 11:43 am

Ben, I think that this is a very strange organization ... How could you kick out the real professionals, and take those who do not understand this case? Well, or they of course understands something, but very bad and do not have the experience. Although, experience-experience ... Where does the experience come from, if such people are not going to be hired? That's why some firms, organizations or companies risk and take in their staff such young employees. I do not see anything wrong in this, although it sounds very paradoxical))

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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby Daniel_Ev » Mon May 29, 2017 11:46 am

Kevin, well, in general, yes. If already and the doctor will not require a diploma of higher education - then it will be funny. Although, I heard, in countries such as Ukraine, Russia and other diplomas buy. I personally would not like to come to the hospital for a consultation with a doctor and doubt his knowledge. Although, everything can be ... And then somewhere from people these incomprehensible diseases are taken. And all because once the doctor diagnosed him with an incorrect diagnosis. It's just simple and laugh and sin!

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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby JasonDlee » Mon May 29, 2017 12:00 pm

It is really very strange when people want to buy a diploma. Especially when doctors want to do this. Personally I think hat it is something really shocking. How people can do something without any knowledge and without any skill. And as for me there are too many responsibilities in every job that is now.

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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby Daniel_Ev » Mon May 29, 2017 12:19 pm

JasonDlee, of course, all professions have their own degree of responsibility, but such work as a doctor is the most important profession in the world! In fact, a human life depends on doctors. Once I have talked with a doctor who have been working in intensive care for about 6 years. He told me how it is awful to see the death of your patients. Today you are still talking with him, and tomorrow he is no longer alive. This is a big responsibility to choose who is the first to help: a pregnant woman or a child? And there's no time to think ... It's terrible (

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Re: Score two - zero : a hard question

Postby JasonDlee » Tue May 30, 2017 9:16 am

I completely agree with you that the work of doctor is the most important profession. I think that first of all you have to be very strong person, you must not be too sensitive to different situations, because it will too hard for you to continue your work. This job is really the most responsible and it requires many iron feelings.


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