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'Don't work here' job interviews set new Midwest technology trend

CHICAGOSomething new is happening in American business.

I call it the "humanizing factor" at work. A lot of things are still wretchedly out of whack about the corporate world and the behavior of people in it, but in little ways, people are starting to act more and more like regular people at work (sometimes when you least expect it).


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My friend ended up thanking her lucky stars that she got such a forthcoming interviewer. In her heart of hearts, she also wondered whether the woman was simply having a bad day or was stuck in a bad department and whether the job was bound to be so terrible after all.

Anyway, she knew she wouldn't get an offer. For compassionate reasons,......

Full article >>> way that it would have been hard to build the kind of rapport in less than an hour that would drive an employee to take a risk like that. Theoretically, you could lose your job for discouraging a qualified candidate to turn and run from a job opportunity.

It's great to see people behaving more like people on the job (even at their own peril). It's just a shame to see it happen covertly so......

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If you feel you're being warned away from a job and you subsequently get a job offer, does it ever make sense to take the job anyway? I'd say yes in any of these cases:

Your read of the interviewer is that while the culture may be challenging, the issues she's talking about or the stress she's experiencing is more rooted ......

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'"/> By Liz Ryan 07/21/04

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