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Re: Poet Dinah

Posted by Poet on November 1, 2013, at 18:25:11

In reply to Re: Poet, posted by Dinah on November 1, 2013, at 16:45:27

> Good grief. What a question. "Tell me about a time when you disagreed with your boss?" It makes me terrified to even think about such interviews.
> What's the "right" answer? I expect it isn't "I yelled right back at him, or else he wouldn't have heard me." or "I burst into tears and he can't stand to see tears so he took out his frustrations on someone more robust." Or even "I avoided him until the matter dropped."

You're supposed to say something like: I asked for a private meeting and shared my concerns and we came to a mutual agreement.

At least that's what I got from one of the many job interview books I've read. The questions are just so ridiculous, another horrible one is how do you work with a difficult co-worker. True answer is I talked about her behind her back with everybody else who hated her and walked on egg shells in her presence. She used to tattle to the boss if we talked out loud, in a small room with six people in cubes. I don't miss her one bit.

Keep those fingers crossed.


"I'm not quite myself today!" Cary Grant: "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Bringing Up Baby."




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