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@paulcarr @JoeDiNardo Who owns "the employer's email system?" But the protocol is usually, if you're the recruiter calling *back* someone who gave you a resume, NEVER call back at the office or go through the corporate email. The person looking for a job may not want his current company to know he's looking. But if you're a recruiter doing cold calls, you don't give a shit.
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@ioconnor @robertogreen Similar to my thoughts above. The policy is not illegal. It's the collusion (and thus cartel) that is illegal.
@Viscers @ioconnor@JustinPaulson@JJHo It isn't against the law to have a policy to not hire from another company. Maybe you just don't like the way people are taught to do things at that company. What's against the law is the top level agreement(s) to do that. So, the HR person was fired for violating an internal policy. That HR person is still in the wrong.