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June 7, at 8: Jessa June 8, at 2: Your product was USED by people who did not hire you. People who are probably doing this to other applicants.
You really DID do work for which you should have been paid. Clarity June 8, at Not just in job interviews but also when looking for consultants for projects, demanding real work created on a scenario they supply.
They take the consultants work, use it without ever hiring the consultant. Sadly, I think there may be more of this occurring than is generally known. I heard of one business owner who did this with four different consultants-each with an expertise related to a big project he had -in other words he managed to complete a project without paying any subcontract fees at all.
That one might be the poster business owner for poor practice.
Now of course no consultant that knows that story will even talk to him about his projects. The IT Manager This is so bizarre that I did not understand what the title meant until I read through the whole story. Yes, bitter, ballsy, but so very ill-considered because this story will be told forever.
EnnVeeEl June 7, at 3: I went to an interview where the manager asked me to write a full plan. I suspect he used it after I never heard from him after I sent him the plan, not even a thank you emailbut still, that is a lesson learned for a different situation.
I would have NEVER called him on it — but I certainly tell everyone what he did, his name and the company there were other issues during the interview too. I would tell the person that referred her, however. Katie the Fed June 7, at 3: I was once in an interview and they asked me what I would change if I was the office director, and I gave a very specific and concrete example, explaining what the problem was and what it would fix.
June 7, at 3: Back when I was in college, I interviewed for a summer program student coordinator position where the student coordinator was chosen from students who had already been selected to be on the student-staff for at least one year.
I gave a very specific solution to a very specific issue during the interview. Implement it without telling the candidate? Offer to compensate them for the idea? June 7, at 4: Joey June 7, at 4: And tell them that.
J2 June 7, at 4: If you did do that, however, you would have to be ready to drop it if they said no. J2 June 7, at 6: Or we could be getting an AAM question soon: So I had been around long enough to make an assessment of something that I thought was a problem, but could suggest an idea in this context.
Which I think is a pretty hard thing to do. Anon June 7, at 6: You would still see their critical thinking skills while not having that temptation to use their ideas. June 7, at 6:UKCoD and the APPG met with the Minister in January, and she then asked us to meet her civil servants to discuss our proposals.
Toby Burton (Chair of RAD, Chief Financial Officer for the Economist, who is Deaf and affected by the cap) and I then discussed the UKCoD proposal with her Civil Servants.
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