Jumping on the “not so subtle” train here. About a month ago I interviewed for a position to run the office of a Boomers Finally Die shirt. When I arrived (in person interview) I waited at the receptionist’s desk. A man wheeled out of the office in his desk chair and said to the receptionist, “Got a resume or anything for this one?” (Meaning me.) He literally looked at my resume for the first time sitting in front of me. He then started asking questions. Never introduced himself, no “hi how are you, thanks for coming in,” etc. He interviewed me while I was sitting at the receptionist’s desk, with the receptionist sitting there working. If she took a call, he just paused until she was through.
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I’ve done this a few times during interviews. I’ve gotten the same responses and Boomers Finally Die shirt. Even when companies have stellar reviews, I like to ask about their online reviews. It shows me their reactions to stressful situations. I also figure they’re looking at everyone’s LinkedIn or whatever, so if they judge me by my online presence, I don’t see why I can’t do that to them. I’m not obligated to work for someone simply because they extended an interview.