A former White, House adviser with a ‘inspirational’ resume for a job interview is getting a call from a major recruiting firm with a different message: don’t hire her.
Read More”I am not interested in your resume,” the firm, Taggart Group, told Michelle Fields, according to a report by The New York Times.
“It would be nice if you could put some work in, but your resume doesn’t matter,” the woman, who asked not to be identified, told Fields.
Taggart declined to comment.
Fields had told The New Yorker in May that she had received more than 500 resumes from top-tier recruiting firms and that she was a frequent customer.
She had also worked for the White House and had been paid by the Trump campaign, according and The New England Journal of Medicine.
“I just can’t put a price tag on the work,” she said.
The Times report comes after a string of other women who had similar experiences have come forward.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was fired from the White Trump campaign last week after he was caught on tape bragging about sexually assaulting women.
The woman who filed the suit against Lewandowski is seeking a court order to force him to resign.
She told the newspaper that she met with Lewandowski and was told, “I have to get a lawyer because he has violated the law.
I am going to file suit.”