Some younger recruiters may not remember the welcome sight of a phone box in the middle of nowhere. Normally they were on the rainy side of the street and required a lot of u-turns. Invariably they didn’t work or indeed had someone in it whom was in no hurry whatsoever – and when they did step out, would do so amid a puff of smoke.
If not remembering phone boxes, then certainly most recruiters will remember their first placement. I certainly remember mine.
My first placement was actually done in my second day in recruitment and that candidate, an Instrumentation Design Engineer, was called from a phone box. [Read More…]