All posts written by Recruiter Anonymous

Candidates gone wild

I was once approached by a lady who asked if I employed men, intrigued by the question I admitted that we did and questioned her on whether it would be a problem. She said it was as she had become involved in a relationship with a previous colleague that had turned sour. I asked if she thought she would inevitably end.
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Candidates gone wild

While interviewing for a new sales person I met with an ambitious graduate. All was going well until I noticed him mirroring my body language. I know this is a technique used to build rapport and often used in sales, but he was so obvious. He literally crossed his legs and moved his arms exactly as I did. I began playing.
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Candidates gone wild

Sue was a candidate I had head hunted for a junior account manager role. Her phone manner was impeccable and her C.V. was by far the best we had seen, so we had decided to call her in for an interview. After arriving some twenty minutes late, Sue did a good job of winning us over but our Director is a.
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