Stable Work History?
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|Fri, 07-26-2013 - 4:11pm|
AOL has an article talking about companies having the requirement of "stable work history" on their advertisement:
Stable employees are better workers?: In an interview with AOL Jobs, James Porter, the CEO of the Porter Group, said that his clients -- employers that he wouldn't identify -- wanted him to include this language. He defended "stable work history" as a way to screen out job-hoppers. Employers "want to see people who are going to be part of the company, and grow with the company," says Porter. "They're going to spend a lot of time training them."
While this is in reference to job hoppers, there also is a concern that it's a way to weed out the unemployed. Has this been something you've seen when looking for jobs?