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Well, I once interviewed a candidate who included in his work
history a company I had previously worked for. When the time
came to look at his portfolio, he pulled out a document from that
company, and...yeah, you guessed it, it was my work. I'd say
that qualified as a "red flag."
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From: <mearro -at- msn -dot- com>
> I've been following the sample discussion with interest. Just curious
> about what others in hiring positions have seen as red flags - or reasons
> not to interview or hire a candidate.
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