Re: Interview Questions

Subject: Re: Interview Questions
From: Roger Mallett <roger -at- CSICAL -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 12:34:26 -0700

A promotion to VP -- Good for him!!!

A man with keen insight, and the ability to ferret out a potential bad
employee, a man who discriminates for the good of his company, a man
whose skills of discernment have once again saved the company money and
added to the bottom line, gets a well deserved promotion. Yeahhhh!!!

From the sound of this thread, there seems to be a contingency that
would subscribe to a form interview completed through the web. An
interview that doesn't permit one to be exposed to the personal
discernment of others. An interview where a quick mind is not needed to

Is that really what you want?

Should interviews be restricted to only a few questions authorized under
color of law?

Having said that, I am in concert with Bill Swallow who said:
As far as the boat and cannonball question, I believe you had my
answer. Any left-field question deserves nothing more than a
left-field answer.

Remember it is *your* interview, not just the employer's. Have fun with
it and run the show.

Roger Mallett
Control Systems
(714) 458-5040 x 239

>From: Hutchings, Christa[SMTP:cwhutchings -at- HOMEWIRELESS -dot- COM]
>Sent: Tuesday, May 12, 1998 12:07 PM
>Subject: Re: Interview Questions
>Elna -
>I see your point, however, as my post indicated, this guy was right in
>his assumption about that particular candidate. And no, he has not
>on - he is now a company VP.
>Chris Welch-Hutchings

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