Re: Ethics of job-interview testing
subscribe -at- cuff -dot- mailshell -dot- com wrote:
Yesterday, I had a 15-minute job interview that terminated abruptly.
The president and CEO told me to go home, log into their product via
a guest account, and write up a page or two of documentation for
it made me wonder.</paranoid_delusion>
Does this strike anyone else as being slightly shaky?
What strikes me most about what you wrote is that you said the
interview was terminated abruptly. What do you mean by that? What
immediately preceded the CEO's instructions?
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