These pet peeves are:
1. Having no clue as to whetheranyone actually received their resume, and whether that person is interested;
2. Not being able to find theWeb address to the site, or not being able to find jobs on the site;
3. Jobs with no posting dates;
4. Lack of information abouteach job;
5. Hassles and inconveniencewhen applying;
6. Meaningless job"fairs" (aren't those companies always hiring?);
7. No place to provide feedbackor ask a question before applying.
To avoid such problems, Leerecommends you keep the following in mind when building your "jobs"section:
· Treatall candidates like customers.
· Makethe job-search process as easy as possible.
· Keepgraphics simple.
· Test-driveyour site every few weeks.
· Rememberthe Golden Rule (pretend you're looking for a job on the site).
SOURCE: Tony Lee, Editor-in-Chief andGeneral Manager of Careers.wsj.com, speaking at an October 28, 1999 seminar onInternet recruiting in Los Angeles.