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Subject:Re: Should I Say Something? From:"Comeau, Lisa" <Lisa -dot- Comeau -at- MOH -dot- GOV -dot- ON -dot- CA> Date:Mon, 17 May 1999 12:22:45 -0400
Bev Parks said...
...So unless the interviewer anticipated the question and had poor,
pre-selected examples all ready to show, I doubt that it was an interview
Pardon me. Maybe I should refrain from suggesting that intervieweres can be
sneaky - even when you *think* it was your idea in the first place. I'm just
saying, any persopn worth their salt wants to know what his/her predecessor
was doing at the job, and what they may be up against, so they'll *probably*
ask about samples, or job description, etc. Perfect time for a test,
don'tcha think - while the interviewEE has his/her guard down?