"NINE LIES AOL WILL TELL YOU ABOUT SO-CALLED JOBS".
What 'job interveiws?' What 'jobs?' The usual AOL lying fare.
Can you work from home if you have a sick child? WTF? A most unintelligent comment. How in the can a person get anything down @ home?Has any 1 ever attempted to flip that burger at home for the job?How about getting that bolt tightened down to the proper spec`s.?Or get that rest room cleaned out?If people are so called working from home, they aint doing anything. Get a reel job.So want to play with paper, make a paper plane @ home and go to the job and actually do something.
"Nothing in this position is an emergency." "I have no problem with your family coming first - that's the way it should be." "We don't believe in working over - you should be able to go home to your family." All total lies.
How about: " we will make a decision and tell you either way" Then you never hear from them.
How about, it's now you it our company. That's why we did not hire you.
How about ''if you can't write a legible sentence, we can't hire you''?
Great advice, Heather! Job seekers shouldn’t hang on their interviewer’s every word. It’s important to listen closely to your interviewer, but always remember that they are trying to help you remain positive.
Sorry but they're not 'helping you' to 'remain' anything.
My favorite one: "After you become permanent, you will receive a raise" We do it to them all of the time!!!!!!!!!