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Re: What would you do in this situation

 

@I am still oxox, I do hope this all works out well for you & you are hired.

 

When my husband and the other managers do phone interviews, it's set in concrete.  After the discussions of who will be hired and who will not, each manager is in charge of phoning the men hired and not hired for their own separate teams.  I must commend them as this is all done in a very professional and on time manner.  

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@I am still oxox Good Luck on the next one!  You don't ever want to trap yourself in a bad company.  You'll miss where you are really meant to be if you ever do. As Joan Rivers used to say, NEXT!   Smiley Very Happy    

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@PhilaLady1 wrote:

A job interview, right ?

If that's the case, and you are not desperate for a job, I would forget about this one and move on.

It's indicative of the type of company or people you would be working for or with - not a good sign.


 

Or, perhaps it was a test by the company to see how a prospective employee would handle the situation and/or to gauge real interest in the position.

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@I am still oxox wrote:

No sure what you do not understand, I am a college graduate with a Masters in graphics, this is a bulletin board, I made my original a bit clearer maybe you can understand it now 

 


@151949 wrote:

@I am still oxox wrote:

I received an : oh I forgot response, not a place I would want to work what so ever


Op - please don't take this wrong but are you as unclear in your speech as you are when you type here.? "to work what so ever"  Were you trying to say so whatever ? Like someone else said - I find it difficult to read your posts. I found I had to turn off the autocorrect because even though I am a bad typist I found my typing errors were easier to understand than the mistakes autocorrect made.


 


Clearly in grad school they did not teach you to proofread.

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On behalf of all iPad users, I would like to say that we have not been able to edit posts all week.  No going back to fix a word unless you want to start all over, so I know I have several posts this week that have one or more errors in them. I am hoping the IT people get this fixed soon.

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@151949 wrote:

@I am still oxox wrote:

I received an oh I forgot response, not a place I would want to work what so ever


Op - please don't take this wrong but are you as unclear in your speech as you are when you type here.? "to work what so ever"  Were you trying to say so whatever ? Like someone else said - I find it difficult to read your posts. I found I had to turn off the autocorrect because even though I am a bad typist I found my typing errors were easier to understand than the mistakes autocorrect made.


Have you really never heard the expression "whatsoever?"

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I have two tablets, different brands, not iPads. I can't edit either.

Additionally, I usually am unable to post in the normal reply box, only quick reply works.

Please fix. This is a hassle.
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@151949 wrote:

@I am still oxox wrote:

No sure what you do not understand, I am a college graduate with a Masters in graphics, this is a bulletin board, I made my original a bit clearer maybe you can understand it now 

 


@151949 wrote:

@I am still oxox wrote:

I received an : oh I forgot response, not a place I would want to work what so ever


Op - please don't take this wrong but are you as unclear in your speech as you are when you type here.? "to work what so ever"  Were you trying to say so whatever ? Like someone else said - I find it difficult to read your posts. I found I had to turn off the autocorrect because even though I am a bad typist I found my typing errors were easier to understand than the mistakes autocorrect made.


 


Clearly in grad school they did not teach you to proofread.


 

 

 

 

I clearly understood what the op wrote. 

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If it was a test, I would not want to work for this company

 

 


@Marp wrote:

@PhilaLady1 wrote:

A job interview, right ?

If that's the case, and you are not desperate for a job, I would forget about this one and move on.

It's indicative of the type of company or people you would be working for or with - not a good sign.


 

Or, perhaps it was a test by the company to see how a prospective employee would handle the situation and/or to gauge real interest in the position.


 

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