Thread regarding DST Systems layoffs

A strange hiring process

It would be hard for me to believe if I didn't happen to know the person who applied for the position. The guy is young, talented and ambitious an has an excellent resume. So did he get the job? Nope!
Instead of such a candidate, this company decided to hire a person who barely knows what he is doing. It seems that the hiring process here is little more than weird?

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He was probably passed over for a candidate from a college favored by DST

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Most likely the person who was hired had lower salary requirements. If the person in question truly is that talented, they have options and surely asked for top pay. Bill don’t play that game! I was highly paid for my position (my boss told me so) and still got a significant raise at my new job. SSNc pay blows, for real.

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Excellent candidates are wanting reward, recognition, industry respect, and advancement. Since DST offers none of that - H.R. simply passes the excellent candidates over for one that will stay there, as they feel they have no other options and feel they cant find another job. DST wants indentured servants, not highly marketable and upwardly mobile staff that will soon leave for greener pastures

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Post ID: @1snt+1fzl03Q1

The whole company is strange. There must have been another reason why he was hired over the more qualified person. Usually, it is because of a personal relationship in that organization.

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