More bad news.

Yesterday, I mentioned an email I received from Toni Weston regarding my application for the role of product co-ordinator:

Dear James,

Thank you for your application to the recently advertised position of Product Co-ordinator .

Whilst impressed by your background and achievements to date, we have candidates whose skills and experience match the job profile more closely. However, we would like to retain your details on file should a more suitable vacancy arise in the future.

Thank you once again for the interest you have shown in the Company and may I take this opportunity to wish you every success in your search for a suitable career.

Yours sincerely,

Toni Weston
Resourcing Assistant

Today, I received another email from Toni Weston. This time, the email said:

Dear James,

Thank you for your application to the recently advertised position of Demand Forecasting Manager .

Whilst impressed by your background and achievements to date, we have candidates whose skills and experience match the job profile more closely. However, we would like to retain your details on file should a more suitable vacancy arise in the future.

Thank you once again for the interest you have shown in the Company and may I take this opportunity to wish you every success in your search for a suitable career.

Yours sincerely,

Toni Weston
Resourcing Assistant

I don’t think Toni Weston likes me.

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