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HR in the Interview Process

 
#1 HR in the Interview Process
15/06/2007 18:19

Overtime

Anyone out there having a ratty time of it with HR in the interview process? Ever had a swimmingly good experience with the execs but then be waylaid by the HR guys? Ever had HR reps interrupt, avert, or effectively wreck an otherwise effective and positive experience interviewing with a firm? How did you handle this? Would you go directly to the execs to address what appears to be an unprofessional handling of the remaining stages of an interview process or in order to try to recover the conversation at the business level?

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#2 RE: HR in the Interview Process
19/06/2007 06:27

confused to Overtime (#1)

there were some interesting responses to this post, which did not appear offensive.... where have they gone?

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#3 RE: HR in the Interview Process
21/06/2007 12:46

Curious to confused (#2)

Would have liked to have read those replies. What did they say, Confused?

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#4 RE: HR in the Interview Process
21/06/2007 14:28

From memory ... to Curious (#3)

One said that HR are form filling vermin and the next one said "play the game"

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