The recruitment industry has its quota of questionable characters.
They prey on those desperate to improve their lots in life. They make promises they know will not ultimately be kept. It's not often, indeed, that they express themselves in words that might contain huge dollops of, well, truth.
So who cannot have vast and deep sympathy for Gary Chaplin, a recruitment executive who spoke his mind, but, sadly, spoke it a little too clearly and a little too publicly?
Chaplin, working for a British company called Stark Brooks, received an e-mail from a candidate seeking work in the banking … Read more