Accuracy of Information
All information you submit to the Career Center or directly to an employer must be accurate. In addition to concerns of ethics and integrity, many employers verify information submitted by candidates for employment. Discrepancies in information have resulted in the withdrawal of job offers, as well as termination of employees already on payroll following the discovery of a discrepancy.
Any situation of falsified information on your resume, cover letter, profile, employer application, or other job candidate documentation may result in the suspension of campus recruiting services provided by the Career Center Recruiting Program office.
No Show Policy
Once you have accepted an interview slot, you must take that interview. Our policy towards missing interviews is as follows:
- If you No Show for an interview, you must send a letter of apology to the company recruiter with a request for a phone or on-site interview at their convenience is mandatory. A copy of this letter must be submitted to the Director of CDC. You will be placed on probation for the next two recruiting weeks. This means you will not be able to interview with any companies for that period of time. There are no exceptions. If you fail to show up for an interview a second time, you must meet with the Director of CDC and your interviewing privileges may be taken away.
- No last minute cancellations will be permitted. If you have a project, activity or class that interferes with your scheduled interview, you must inform CDC at least 24 hours in advance or it will be considered a No Show.
- If you cannot make an interview because of illness or some unforeseen circumstance, you must inform CDC (leave a phone message at 831-5260 or email us at email@example.com) by 8:30 a.m. on the day of your scheduled interview or it will be considered a No Show.
Last modified: August 18, 2008 15:57:48