The good news ...
The A/C in our building is on again. In the beginning it was still a bit of a struggle, but now 14 hours later, everywhere is nice and cool again.
Looking back I don’t know how we managed. I think I’ll always remember how I sat in the living room with a cold wet towel around my neck and my feet in a bucket of cold water.
The cats are fine too. For the first time in days, they chased a moth. The knocked over a lamp in the process, braking the bulb and getting the lampshade a little skew, but I wasn’t at all upset with them. For too long I saw them sleeping on the floor with absolutely no energy. So it was good to see them running around again.
Now they're sleeping or just relaxing.
The bad news ...
While browsing Workopolis today I noticed no less than four ads from a well known employment agency. One for an EA and three for an AA.
I instantly sent off a message to my consultant drawing her attention to those ads.
Within five minutes the phone rang and she told me those were generic ads.
“In case one of our clients is looking for an EA or AA we need people on our books,” she told me.
“I would imagine with the current unemployment rate and the way people are desperate for work you would have enough people on your books,” I replied.
I can understand that agencies place generic ads, but then the ad should be worded as generic.
Why give people hope where there is none?