Re: Should I Say Something?

Subject: Re: Should I Say Something?
From: Melonie Holliman <melonie -dot- holliman -at- TXEXMTA4 -dot- AMD -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 11:30:47 -0500


It is always possible someone might do this really sneaky thing. My question
is, do
you REALLY want to work for someone who plays those kind of games?
I don't. If they play those kind of games in an interview, they probably
play games 10
times worse in the everyday work world. Given me honesty and integrity any
(Some days it is hard to do or to receive, but life is so much simpler.)

I would ask if they would like feedback on the documentation then gently
point out
the mistakes as well as the good things.

Melonie R. Holliman
Technical Writer
CPD Marketing
Advanced Micro Devices

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Comeau, Lisa [SMTP:Lisa -dot- Comeau -at- MOH -dot- GOV -dot- ON -dot- CA]
> 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?
> Cranky, aggravated, and bitter...
> Lisa Comeau

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