- My son, applying for University undergraduate programs worldwide chose to give up $200 plus dollars of my money when University of Toronto application process required him to additionally (it was not stated at the start of the application process) record video answers that would be timed. So he finished 13 other applications and chose to close it out. Asked for his money back, and was refused, it's a money grab. So, he is getting admitted elsewhere and has received at least one scholarship but we are waiting for the others.
Edit: this was after various questions and form entries and transcript stuff.
This level of “show me your face, let me judge” is worrying for job seekers if it gains popularity within the corporate world. Let's take note of UT and add it to r/antiwar guidelines. We are not zoo animals. I have started to yell at HR (and it is working) if they don't give feedback, read my resume, go through my supplemental materials, read the posting and (EDIT:) acknowledge they and the companies they work for will not treat me like entertainment, and send me positions which don't take into account all of my skillset (and this month the quality of interviews is great to satisfy the complaining partner I have for.a wife who could not believe the names of the orgs agreeing to speak with me. Of course, if I pass the finish line, she will be the 2nd to know after r/antiwork 🙂
Then there is
Someone get her a job and a referral that respects her effort. And that company should be named, shamed, and put on a Do Apply Here list.