Re: Interviews & red flags
I once had an applicant for an internship position confess
to collecting assault weapons. We didn't hire him.
(Years ago) we got a resume from a purported tech writer who
put as the top things on his resume the name of his religion
and a photo of him and his family. We declined to interview
him, on the basis that he was unable to write for the intended
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- Re: Interviews & red flags, David Neeley
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