Spotted on Linkedin and asked to circulate:
She reads like an entry level IAM resource. Not that there is anything wrong there but her location makes it prohibitive to place her in any sensitive area that the Chinese may find of interest.
If she were a North American based resource there would be little to no reason not to push her profile. IAM resources are the biggest recruiting challenge I face today.
The problem is that anyone can write anything on Social Media and unless hiring manager's can ferret out the wheat from the shaft on a resume, folks like this may get hired.
What we can do is continue to educate out HR departments and ask that they include someone with experience in the field.
My nickel canadian
Went through her profile and as soon as I saw her geographic location had to eliminate her from any non-South East Asian opportunities. That means I could not place her in countries like Japan, USA or Europe as all these
"Geo's" have limits on who and locale they will allow on project.
Perhaps you could hire her in Canada but for the vast majority of my companies client base, she would not make it past the HR screening. Its not a prejudice as I took my biases into consideration and looked up the specific HR policy before posting.
Not sorry, comment stands. This candidate would only be viable for positions in China and South East Asia for me.
Oh.. not sure I am totally get it.
I don't really get why it's eliminate from non south east Asia opportunities ( maybe some more light help).
Japan is a quite unique market in Asia ( but often exclude from Asia market counts).
BTW, I am moving my family out of this Geo and heading to Canada, any advice would be appreciated.
Sorry did not mean to imply that we would hire her in Canada was just making the comment that HR departments (regardless of locations) need to do due diligence.
Why do you ask?