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I sure agree with you on that. If companies are that insecure about their
ability to hire the right person for the job, perhaps they should structure
the position as temp-to-hire, giving them the option of getting of someone
before making them a regular employee.
> Illustrates the point. There's no way I can demonstrate how I work
> with a variety of SMEs with different personalities by having an
> eager faux-SME sitting there watching me, possibly throwing me
> curveballs to judge my response, on a product about which I have no
> clue, all within an hour. However, if you ask me the question, you'll
> see whether I give an insightful, experienced answer, or if I just
> naively state that I get along with everyone.
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