Re: Giving a surprise test to interviewees?
As for the other interviwee who thinks this is discriminatory, ask her to explain her case in five sentences. And then review whether or not she should be on the interview panel for this post!
What's wrong with discrimination? I thought the entire _purpose_ of conducting interviews was to discriminate--to rank candidates according to their suitability for the job. If you're not going to discriminate among candidates, why not just hire the first person who shows up? Yes, a test is discriminatory; and bully for that!
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Re: Giving a surprise test to interviewees?: From: Anthony Davey
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