From the realrates consultant website. Originally a typo for "broker". It describes a less than ethical technical recruiter. There are variations like borkette (female) and borkery (place of business). The verb 'borked' can mean "cheated by a borker".
The only jobs that I could find were sponsored by borkers that were paying far below market rates.

The bork insisted that I come to the office to fill out 20 pages of useless paperwork.

As soon as I mentioned to the borkette that I wanted a full disclosure clause in the contract agreement she stopped calling me.
od uživatele DarkHumour 19. Únor 2005

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