Man behind & # 39; sausage job ad ever & # 39; says that Australians & cultural differences & # 39; to have
American entrepreneur who ever & # 39; worst job ad ever & # 39; has posted, says he has a great response and that Australians who criticize his strict requirements & cultural differences & # 39; to have
- The job advertisement of entrepreneur Brad Weimert (38) has been ridiculed online
- Personal assistant role advertised detailed a long list of scandalous & # 39; requirements
- Many criticized the work, but Mr. Weimert said that Aussies & cultural differences & # 39; had
Sam Lock for daily post Australia
A self-described & # 39; intense and easy entrepreneur & # 39; has been rolled back after an & # 39; excessive & # 39; vacancy for a personal assistant online was ridiculed.
Brad Weimert says Australians do not understand his demands because of cultural differences & # 39; after a advertised part-time job in Melbourne was viral when it was seen on a job search.
The position description contained a long list of tasks, ranging from creating content to cleaning up, & multiplication of effectiveness & # 39; and the ability to work with & # 39; blasphemy & # 39; to go.
& # 39; What you sign up for: The ability to look into the mind of a successful, fast, sometimes chaotic, passionate, easy, adventurous 38-year-old entrepreneur, & # 39; according to the advertisement.
& # 39; If you want to clock up and disable your job – this is not for you.
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Brad Weimert, (photo) a 38-year-old self-proclaimed entrepreneur, has beaten back after an & # 39; excessive & # 39; vacancy for a personal assistant online was ridiculed. But he has said that Australians do not understand his demands because of cultural differences & # 39;
The part-time function, which was advertised on the search site of job search (pictured), contained a long list of tasks, from creating content to cleaning up
& # 39; Expect occasional calls outside the doors and on weekends. Life does not stop when the workday does it – high-performers work until their tasks are complete, not just until the clock is up. & # 39;
The ad then describes the role as & # 39; the most challenging and most rewarding position you have ever had & # 39; with the ability to do his & # 39; activities and type A personality & # 39; to keep track of what he admits & # 39; is not for everyone & # 39; .
But later it turned out that the search ad was removed by the site and almost identical to one in the US for Easy Pay Direct, a payment processing company founded by Mr. Weimert.
"We have zero links with Melbourne – it seems that someone has removed the copy of my ad", Weimert told news.com.au.
The candidate had to possess qualities such as result-oriented, reliable, a self-starting, multi-tasker and someone who does not personally understand things: it is NEVER over you! & # 39;
Weimert (above) defended his job offer and simply said that those who did not like it do not have to apply
The entrepreneur, however, defended his vacancy and simply said that those who did not like it did not have to apply.
The crazy part and what makes it so funny is that we have a great reaction to the vacancy. It seems more of a cultural difference than anything else, "Weimert said
& # 39; If you do not want this job, do not apply. All people who give energy to this are a good representative of the people we do not want to apply.
The crazy part and what makes it so funny is that we have a great reaction to the vacancy. It seems more of a cultural difference than anything else. & # 39;
He said to the person who canceled his job description: "More power for you – but unfortunately your culture does not like the ad, so I'm sorry it did not work for you. I find it flattering. & # 39;
The feature was posted on social media, with some describing it as the "worst job ad ever."
& # 39; Sounds more like a mother to a demanding four-year-old, & # 39; another added.
Daily Mail Australia contacted Mr. Weimert, but received a response at the time of publication.
It later turned out that the search advertisement was removed by the site and almost identical to the Easy Pay Direct, a payment processing company founded by Easy We Direct, founded by Mr. Weimert