Fail to Comprehend Their Clients' Needs
Contract Specialist (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – January 17, 2017
This last case was amazing.
They claimed and advertised that their client needed a content writer and 80 percent of the duties would be to write content.
After a telephone interview, the hiring manager wanted someone to package, e-market, and spam pre-written content.
TGC and their client were not on the same page, at all.
Two weeks later, I see TGC still has the same job description of a Web Content Writer. The job was a Internet Marketing Director, but really, (after speaking with the Hiring Manager) it was for a entry-level content marketer to simply use tools to blast out marketing stuff.
Great image and first impression. Jobs emailed to you.
Great first impression crumbles. No critical thinking. Account execs seem amature