Ashland Consulting, Professional Cv Consulting Companies, &c.
In a blog post published yesterday, the company that makes professional CV consultants is calling out a number of other companies that it says are “selling crap” and offering “low-quality, worthless, or otherwise unsuitable services.”
The post, written by Ashland Consultants, is titled “The Rise of Fake CVs and Fake Consultants” and describes a series of examples of companies that are offering “poorly written, badly researched, poorly written, poorly researched, and/or poorly written consultants” and how the “bad consultants” can be used to get “better” services.
For example, Ashland claims that an online service that specializes in hiring “low risk, low-cost consultants” is offering a CV template “with a high quality CV” that “can be used by the wrong person, with the wrong results.”
The template includes a “poor quality, inaccurate, or inaccurate” “CV” and a “fake consultant.”
Ashland says that the company, which provides CV services to people in their 50s and 60s, is now “taking action against those companies that sell crap services and are promoting fake CV templates and low-quality consultants,” including the following companies:”It’s time to stop the practice of selling crap services to our clients.
We don’t want to be a buyer and seller,” Ashland says in the post.
“This is the time for companies to make a stand against the practice and to stop being sold crap services.”
Ashlands website also says that its “not for salespeople or recruiters, just for those looking for quality CV templates, low cost consultants, and good service.”
The company also says it’s “working to stop this practice by increasing transparency and disclosure about our services.”
Read the full blog post here